Why choose a Referral Agency?
California has established a business model that provides the elderly access, to a pool of professional caregivers, through a referral agency. We have chosen the referral agency business model as we feel it gives seniors the best care possible at an affordable rate. We operate 100% under a strict civil code, the state of California has established for qualified referral agencies. We have worked with State Officials, acquired a mandated trust account, and comply with all the state guidelines to make sure we offer referrals of strong character and experience. An agency’s purpose is to provide a pool of qualified, and experienced caregivers. We conduct criminal background checks, screen previous work experience and contact professional and personal references before we refer them to clients.
Client advantages of working with our Referral Agency
Client gets to Choose from a pool of experienced & screened caregiver’s
Client and caregiver work out a schedule -without interference from an agency
Client and Caregiver are in control of work duty’s -without interference from an agency
Client and Caregiver work-out an affordable pay rate -without interference from an agency
Senior HomeCare Referral Agency offers Client’s a better cost-effective solution for finding experienced in-home care.
Senior HomeCare Referral Agency’s primary goal is to search and screen the best independent caregivers to refer to clients. Our primary focus is to operate 100% within California’s civil code. California has regulated specific rules and guidelines for referral agency’s, within the civil code, specifically for referring independent caregivers into private homes of seniors. We seek out experienced independent caregivers with skills and abilities specifically suited to provide quality in-home care. Senior HomeCare Referral Agency is a domestic referral agency and is not the employer of the domestic worker it referred to you. The domestic worker may be your employee or an independent contractor depending on the relationship you have with him or her. If you direct and control the manner and means by which the domestic worker performs his or her work you may have employer responsibilities, including employment taxes and workers’ compensation, under state and federal law. For additional information contact your local Employment Development Department and the Internal Revenue Service. California has provided a business model specifically for referring professional caregivers for seniors in-home care. The advantages of a referral agency are clear and have many benefits for the senior in need of a qualified in-home caregiver.