Lisa's Care companion caregivers can travel, drive and speak Eastern European languages, and interact in social and cultural settings.
Lisa's Care caregivers will manage your household, provide housekeeping, prepare meals, set the appointments according to the families requirements for caregiving and for any other responsibilities.
Lisa's Care does not become the employer of record; Lisa's Care does not set wages and benefits, or assume responsibility for paying, training or supervising the caregivers that Lisa's Care refers. The families and caregivers negotiate wages, days off, holidays, vacations and any other benefits.
Lisa's Care receives a fee only if the family engages a caregiver that Lisa's Care refers to the family.
New York State has a Domestic Workers Bill of Rights Law for the hiring of domestic workers. Here are some important links and resources for this and additional helpful information.
Alzheimer’s Association: New York Chapter
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
American Diabetes Association
American Parkinson’s Disease Association
American Society on Aging
Assisted Living Foundation of America
Department of Labor
New York Chapter of the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers www.nygcm.org
IRS – Handbook for Employers
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
National Council on Aging
National Family Caregivers Association
National Hospice Foundation
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
National Stroke Association
New York City Department of Aging (DFTA)
New York State Office for the Aging
New York State Long-Term Care Ombudsman (Office for the Aging)
NYS Domestic Workers Bill of Rights
If you have any more questions, please contact:
Eliso Papaladze, MSW, CDP