Get paid to take care of a loved one

Choice-Driven Home Care

Receive continuous support from a loved one by employing a family member or friend for your care needs. They'll earn an income while providing you with heartfelt assistance.

See if you're eligible!

Which role fits you best?

Our most popular questions

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Am I eligible for this program?

Eligibility depends on factors like your health needs and financial situation.

To find out if you're eligible, you can visit Pennsylvania's Medicaid assistance office or contact our helpline 1-800-979-6697

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Who can I hire as a caregiver?

You can hire a family member, friend, or professional caregiver through our program.

The important thing is they must meet certain qualifications and be approved by your MCO.

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What services are covered?

Our program covers a wide range of services including personal care, meal preparation, and medical appointments.

For a complete list, consult your MCO or visit your local DHS office for guidance.

To find out if you're eligible, give us a call at 1-800-979-6697:

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Caregiver Specs and Approval Process

Qualifications include a valid ID, criminal background check, experience, proof of residency, and ability to complete required initial training, and current TB test.

The approval process usually takes between 1 to 3 weeks.

Yes, we provide a comprehensive training program for all new caregivers. Along with continued trainings throughout your career.

This sounds great! Where do I apply?

Simply fill out the form at the top of the page and we'll contact you to see if you qualify!

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FAQs for Patients

An initial assessment will be conducted to evaluate your home care needs. (an initial assessment will be conducted by the office of the IEB to evaluate your needs.

Yes, family members can become approved caregivers through our program. However, in most cases, neither a spouse nor an individual with power of attorney is eligible to participate.

Periodic reassessments are conducted to adapt your care plan as your needs change.