FAQs

Q: What kinds of care services do you offer?
A: We provide referral services for an In Home Care Non Medical Caregivers for a direct hire. The types of caregivers we refer are CNA’s, HHA’s, LVN’s, Companions and Homemakers. We offer complete Non Medical Care services for full time or part time.
Q: What are normal tasks for caregivers?
A: Our Caregivers specialize with assisting clients with non-medical in home care. They can assist with bathing, dressing, ambulating and transferring as well as transportation and companionship. They can assist with vital signs, medication management and reminders, prepare home cooked meals, do laundry, and provide basic house cleaning.
Q: How does a Referral Placement agency work, and why should I consider this option?
A: Referral Placement Agency minimizes consumer costs while maximizing workers income by referring independent qualified caregivers. Recent legislative changes have increased the cost of providing senior care caregivers to families in the traditional way. More families are hiring caregivers privately in order to reduce the cost of care.
Q: Do I pay the caregiver directly?
A: Yes. For added piece of mind we have partnered with a third party payroll services to assist with full IRS compliant.
Q: How are taxes handled?
A: Dependent on your relationship with your caregiver, the IRS and state tax agencies may require you to file and pay taxes on a quarterly and/or annual basis. At Home with Care has partnered with a third party payroll agency that can manage all tax calculation, filing, and remittance on your behalf. They will also withhold the appropriate taxes from your caregiver’s pay so they can file correctly. At the end of the year, they will provide you and your caregiver with the proper documents to complete your income tax filings.
Q: What is included in your background screening?
A: We take background screenings very seriously. Phone screening, face to face interview, employment verifications, tuberculosis test, state fingerprinting and background checks administered through State of California are completed for each caregiver.
Q: Are your independent caregivers registered with California Home Care Aide Registry? And what does that mean?
A: Yes, they are. The Home Care Aide Registry is a website that verifies the status of registered independent caregivers. Families can locate independent caregivers who have completed criminal background checks administered by the Department of social services and are in good standing.