Consumer Directed Choices
Service Area for Consumer Directed Choices
Overall Rating 3.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★
david molok★★★★★ 2 months ago
MY ex David Molok works for this company and he is a con artist. He lied about his parents being dead for 8 years before they actually died to make people feel bad for him and give him money and/or support. He said he was broke because he took credit card loans out to pay for their funerals when in fact he was estranged from them (when they did pass YEARS later) and lying about their deaths. He was cheating/dating a girl with a kid at one point and stole the kids x-box when they broke up. He also told her she was insured under his policy and to give him 50 a month... she wasn't she lost her licence and couldn't take her kid to his baseball games and had to ask for favors to go food shopping .... she lives in a rural area. You should not have this type of person working for you. Check references he can't hold a job any number he listed on his application is a lie. I know he use to make me lie for him. I have to agree with Cindy Loo this employee is a Sociopath! Her complaint on this site is probably because of him.
Cindy Loo★★★★★ 3 months ago
The most dysfunctional staff. Their pay per hour is cheap. Shop around before signing up with this program. There are many other programs that offer a more functional and knowledgeable staff. Friend of mine was on this program for a short time. They discharged her mom because her personal assistant worked "too many hours." They will not work with a MLTC program that offers a "Live In status" as opposed to a 12/12 split. CD Choices only gets reimbursed from a MLTC program such as Fidelis for 13 hours while the personal assistants are mandated to stay "24 hours." Greedy company. They care more about aligning their pockets per hour than helping families. There are other programs that pay a much higher rate, hence more money for their pockets. Know ALL the details before signing up with a consumer directive company especially this one. They should be reported to CDPAS compliance.
Mary Beth Matthews★★★★★ 5 months ago
What a great opportunity to have family or a good friends to care for you with no cna certification needed. Ones who really love you are the best!
Joey Colton★★★★★ a year ago