A personal route to home care, the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP) allows friends, neighbors or family members to take care of their loved ones without certification.
CDPAP is available to Medicaid-eligible consumers who prefer to self-direct their care. The patient can select a friend, neighbor or family member to be their consumer directed personal assistant (CDPA), who will not need to obtain certification in order to work. Choose your own hours and receive a stable income while taking care of those who matter to you.
Magic Home Care will help you every step of the way.
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PCA / HHA
We are happy to provide great career opportunities to certified PCAs and HHAs. Benefit from
Variety of shift hours and locations
Paid holidays, vacation and sick leave
Other health benefits, including coverage of vision and dental expenses
Pay for cell phone bill
Magic Home Care works with most major insurance plans in New York. Our staff is fluent in English, Russian, Spanish, Uzbek, Yiddish, Hebrew, and Ukrainian. Get in touch below.
PCA / HHA RESOURCES
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Please refer to our frequently asked questions. If your questions aren't answered below, please contact us.
Are home care services covered by insurance?
We work with most of the major insurance plans in New York City, including managed long term care plans and certified home health agencies. In addition, we provide home care for holocaust survivors, even if they do not have insurance. We also accept private pay.
In what areas do you provide services?
Our home care aides service patients throughout New York City's five boroughs, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, The Bronx and Staten Island.
Are Magic Home Care employees union members?
Our home health aides and personal care aides are members of the union Local 2020, Home Healthcare Workers of America. To find out more, please visit the Union website, www.hhwa.care You may also speak to one of our Union representatives by calling Eric Perez (English and Spanish) at 888-477-4705, or Laura Khmelnitsky (English and Russian) at 929-244-1206.
Is medical insurance coverage for caregivers available?
All home care workers, including home health aides, personal care aides, and individuals working in the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP), are eligible for medical coverage, as long as they regularly work at least 30 hours per week. Eligible employees or CDPAP workers may opt in to coverage at any time.
Do caregivers receive any paid time off?
All home care workers may accrue up to 96 hours per year of paid time off, including sick and vacation pay.
How often are caregivers paid?
Caregivers are paid every Friday.