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Your commitment to helping others is our inspiration. Now let us help you.

If you’re currently supporting a relative or friend; if you’re already a caregiver, or interested in becoming one, we’re here to make life easier.

Our tools and services take away the headaches of timekeeping, paperwork, and state filings so you can get paid and get back to work, changing the lives of those you care for.

Probably. It depends on the specific program your family member joins, but most do allow the hiring of a family member or friend as their caregiver. Check out our questionnaire or program info for your state.

We get this question a lot, but we don’t hire caregivers, we only help people to hire their own.

If you want to help us in our mission to make self-direction easy for anyone who wants it, great! Take a look at our open jobs.

Nothing! Self-direction, participant-direction, consumer-direction are just different names for the same thing. It can vary depending on the state and program.

Self-direction may not be for everyone, but we’ll help you decide on the best option. Check out 10 reasons why self-directed care could be right for you or a loved one. And if you have questions, get in touch.

It’s an alternative to using a healthcare agency that lets the program participant decide who provides their caregiving and when.

With a traditional healthcare agency people can’t choose who is providing their care, and they’ll often have several different people coming to their home.

I can’t even begin to describe how happy I am to have someone on my side.

I can’t even begin to express my thanks and appreciation

Very professional and empathetic, I am very grateful for the assistance

These programs saved my life; gave me dignity again.

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