Are the people that work for you contractors or your employees?

All caregivers are employees of HomeChoice Network, Inc. We carefully screen all applicants, which includes a criminal background check, nurse aide registry check, prior employer checks, and personal references. HomeChoice Network assumes responsibility for payroll taxes, workers compensation, and confirmation of legal status.

Are your caregivers bonded and insured?

All employees of HomeChoice Network, Inc. are covered by liability insurance, workers compensation insurance, and are bonded.

What type of training do the caregivers have?

Before any caregiver is assigned to a client, they must successfully complete the following training

  • The aging process
  • Home safety, including identify theft safeguards
  • Dementia care
  • Services specific for the client
  • Fall Reduction
  • State mandatory training

What do you mean by “light housekeeping”?

Light housekeeping includes these basic services

  • Vacuuming Carpets and Rugs
  • Mopping hard floors
  • Cleaning fixtures
  • Dusting furniture and counter tops
  • Emptying waste baskets

Housekeeping does not include

  • Moving furniture to vacuum or mop
  • Any activity that requires standing on a ladder
  • Lifting any object over 25 pounds
  • Removing items in order to dust flat surfaces.

What type of payments do you accept?

HomeChoice Network accepts payments directly from the client or responsible party. We also accept payment from medical insurance companies, workers compensation insurance, and longterm care insurance. Our services may be covered by the Veterans Administration. Please contact us for more information.

Where do you provide services?

HomeChoice Network provides services to clients in their own homes, retirement communities, assisted living communities, rehabilitation centers, skilled nursing facilities, and in hospitals.

What is the charge for the consultation?

Consultations are always free.