I've been hearing the term "CADI waiver" tossed around for quite some time now, but had no idea what it was. I finally found a coworker that knew. It is money or income for the disabled person that pays for things they need; such as a PCA, babysitter, special dietary needs, health related equipment, etc. And, in our case, we could use some help paying for expenses related to my daughter's service dog. She is 6 years old and he is her autism dog. I am so excited about this. I had no idea what to do after we found out we don't qualify for SSI. Does anyone have experience with CADI waivers?
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