County Services: Information and Specialized Services
Obtaining environmental home access and safety modifications through the County Waivered Services can be a nightmare for case managers and program participants. Accessibility Design has developed a process that removes the confusion, frustration and “unknowns” from the home modification process for Minnesota’s DD, CADI, BI and CAC waiver participants.
Accessibility Design has been involved with county home modification projects for over 30 years. We know the intricate details of the waivered services requirements, design parameters, and billing process, as well as the checkpoints along the way. Using our experience and specialized knowledge of home access and product recommendation, we support the program participant, their family, and their case manager as they navigate the complicated process from assessment to implementation.
If this interests you, have your county case manager contact us.
Phase 1: Environmental Home Access and Safety Evaluation
Phase 2: Solution Development & Bid Gathering
Phase 3: Construction Implementation
County Case Managers, please use our Home Access & Environmental Adaptations Referral Form below to authorize the start of the process and our services.
Friendly and Responsive Support
"Accessibility Design has shown me over and over again what a great company they are to work with. They are quick to respond to any questions I have and provide clear, easy to understand assessments and bids."
Responsive, Knowledgeable Accessibility Team
"Accessibility Design has a user-friendly referral process and is prompt in their response time. They are responsive and consistent, which is valued and why I continue to refer to them for support."
Yes. We have been a part of home modification projects funded by county waivers for over 30 years. We know how to expedite this complicated process and get the necessary information to your social worker and county review committee in a efficient, effective manner. Please have your case manager call us, and we can guide them through our referral process.
You can learn more on our County Waivered Services Page.