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Qualified Home Health Aides Who Speak your Language

Home Health Aides who speak your language are caring professionals are the right match 

Experienced Home Health Aides

For over 25 years, our mission has been to offer qualified home care support that is also knowledgeable of customs, languages and personal needs. We train our people to establish a deep connection. We give them the tools to encourage a close relationship.

Our dedicated caregivers have decades of home care and nurturing experience behind them. They integrate into your home, your culture and your own environment with respect.

Managed Long Term Care

Medicaid recipients can qualify for long term home care through New York State’s system of care for the elderly and people with disabilities. Qualifying for this system involves a visit/telehealth visit by the Maximus nurse. The family then chooses a managed long term care company which will be responsible for all aspects of maintaining the health of the patient. The home care will be delivered by the licensed home care services agency, Caring Professionals. Caring Professionals can assist families through this entire process, and provide ongoing support to explain necessary paperwork, assessments and enrollment procedures:

Short Term Care

Medicare recipients may qualify for short term home care as well as skilled services after a medical episode. These are arranged by the discharge planner (social worker) in the hospital or rehab center. The CHHA (Certified Home Health Agency) has overall responsibility for all the services in the home, including occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, wound care and social work. The home care agency provides the home health aide (HHA) in coordination with the CHHA. Caring Professionals can assist families in navigating the discharge to the home, and ensuring that all necessary services are seamlessly provided.

Coordination with the CHHA Referral to Medicaid enrollment services if desired Referral to private pay home care services if desired

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Apply for PCA and HHA home care jobs with Caring Professionals

Non-Medicaid Support

If you do not have Medicaid, you may still qualify for this free wrap around coverage. Our intake specialists can direct you to a quality Medicaid enrollment service which will not charge for its service.

Please note: Caring Professionals does not make decisions on application approvals nor does it determine hours of home care. We just deliver quality home care.

If you are determined as ineligible for Medicaid, then please get in touch to discuss how we can provide you with private pay quality home care.

New York State’s eligibility rules are still inclusive, and are designed to help seniors and people with disabilities avoid exhausting all their resources on health care.

Types of Care

Caring Professionals provides care across a range of needs. Care can be given in your home, assisted living facility, or rehabilitation center with service in all five boroughs of New York City, Nassau and Westchester counties. From long-term, to live-in, to hospice care, there isn’t a patient we can’t help,

Why Caring Professionals

Understanding at every level

We work to find you the right match, culturally, personally and linguistically. So much of the home care experience relies on you and your caregiver being a good fit. That is why CP spends so much time working on it. Our caregivers understand. We will always get back to you.

Piece of mind, you will be able to speak with your coordinator when you need to. We understand how important that is.

Your Home Care Guide

It is a complex system to navigate. Accessing services can be confusing and frustrating, from necessary forms and doctor visits, to eligibility requirements.

Our team works to mitigate these headaches so that you can spend more time focusing on family.

We will guide you throughout the process

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Resource Center

Caring Professionals has a wealth of resources available to those seeking or offering home care, click here to browse our resources library

Home Health Aides FAQ

Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Nassau and Westchester Counties.

We accept most insurance plans offered in New York. For specific inquiries, contact a member of our intake team.

At this time, we do not offer this service, except if you have Long Term Care Insurance or you want to pay privately.

It is possible to update your care schedule. Please contact us to discuss what changes can be made.

Yes. Our intake team can work with you to provide the best care plan for your family, whether you have Medicaid, Medicare, Long Term Care Insurance or are paying out-of-pocket.

Yes, we can assist with Medicaid applications, please contact us  here.

Managed Long Term Care (MLTC) is provided by New York State Medicaid to deliver an umbrella of long-term care services to qualifying individuals who are 65 or older, or have disabilities. New York State Medicaid makes the determination of qualification after a person is approved for Medicaid. The MLTC is responsible for the overall health and welfare of its members and operates as managed care. You can choose which MLTC you prefer to manage your health services and home care once you are approved for MLTC.

If you are unsure if you are eligible for MLTC, contact us to find out.

We accept most managed long term care plans. Contact us for a complete list of all contracted plans.

Yes, we assist with CHHA services for individuals who need it. Including paperwork, and ongoing care for the duration of the need. CHHA services are short term care services after an episode, such as hospitalization, and include occupational therapy, physical therapy, wound care, and Home Care. You can get up to 4 periods of CHHA services a year.

Yes. We are fully qualified to deliver Home Care Services, in the five boroughs of NYC and Westchester, Rockland, and Nassau counties.

Yes. This is the same as CHHA services. They follow a medical episode and are designed to facilitate the recovery of the individual. Medicare and regular insurance pay for the CHHA services.

Yes, if you are a Medicaid patient. Caring Professionals will provide and support both services for the same patient.

The CDPAP program allows you to do exactly that. If you would like to apply to be part of the CDPAP program, please follow this link here. If you think your might be eligible for Medicaid but are not sure and would like some help, please contact us here.

If you would like to learn more about the CDPAP Program then please read our detailed CDPAP FAQs

Thank you, you have come to the right place. Caring Professionals offer a comprehensive program of free home care and house keeping offerings for Holocaust Survivors called the Caring Companions Service. There are more details here, with an opportunity to apply as well information and an FAQ.

Yes. Our intake team can work with you to provide the best care plan for your family, whether you have Medicaid, Medicare, long term care insurance or are paying out-of-pocket. Please contact us here.

I am interested in Private Pay Home Care, do you provide this and can you give me some details please?

Yes we provide comprehensive home care solutions for you or a loved one. Schedule an appointment to discuss your home care needs here or call us 212 647 7700.

As well as our home care services, our concierge service brings you services beyond home care to ensure you maintain your independence and enjoy your retirement in your own home.

A member of my family or myself is in hospital, we are about to be discharged and we are looking for home health aide to provide part of our short term care, can Caring Professionals help.

 Yes Caring Professionals has many long term relationships with the various CHHAs, the people who organise your home care after you are discharged, across New York City and State. Please ask for us by name, we will be happy to provide a HHA for your or your family. If you would like some advice or guidance please contact us here

Not very much. Both need current qualifications from New York State after a short training (approximately 75 hours) in an approved training program. A Personal Care Assistant (PCA) has less training than a Home Health Aide (HHA). An HHA may perform all the basic care services that a PCA does plus more. A Home Health Aide can work on PCA cases, but a PCA cannot work on cases specified for HHA.

The MLTC specifies which services are required by the patient-PCA services or HHA services. Both PCA’s and HHA’s are employed by Caring Professionals.

Our current job openings can be found here. Our Human Resources Department processes applications and hires. When applying in person you will need (as per New York State regulations) an active HHA or PCA certificate, a pre-employment physical and labs, a legal form of ID and social security card (no photocopies), and a direct deposit form or voided check.

We offer comprehensive benefits, including medical benefits, paid vacation, sick days, a flexible spending account, transportation benefits and union benefits. For a complete list, visit our careers page.

No, but we do offer scholarships and arrangements for training at other institutions. Please contact our Human Resources Department for more information.

We have offices in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Westchester and Nassau (by appointment only).

Get In Touch

Give us a call now, (718) 621-8189, or fill out the form below to be contacted shortly by a member of our team.