Chinese-American Planning Council Home Attendant Program, Inc's Quality Home Care Service

CPCHAP provides two types of home care service: (1.) Home care service which includes Housekeeping Service, Personal Care Service (Personal Care Aide), Home Health Aide (HHA) service; and (2.) the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP) service.  We provide services for individuals who speak Chinese, English, Spanish, Korean, and as well as other languages.  CPCHAP works with patients and their families to offer the care needed, ranging from a few hours each week to 24-hour care. 

With over three decades of experience in the home care industry in New York City, we are a leading agency many in the community go to for receiving quality home care.  As such, most of our new referrals are by word-of-mouth or from existing clients/consumers who refer their friends or family members.  Until recently, we have yet to advertise our home care service in any venue.  Nevertheless, our clientele has been expanding on a consistent basis year after year.  

Home Care Service

Upon receiving a service authorization from the New York City's Human Resource Administration or a Managed Care Organization, we select a certified home care worker best-suited for a particular client's needs and plan of care and serve such client in accordance with the numbers of hours and days approved.  Rest assured that all of our home care workers are carefully screened for suitability to work with the elderly or disabled.

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Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP)

Our Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP) enables the chronically ill and/or physically disabled individuals manage their personal care services, providing a Consumer freedom and flexibility in choosing the aide (a close relative or friend) he or she prefers.  Namely, a Consumer may hire his or her son, daughter, siblings, cousins, grandchildren, grandparents, friends, neighbors, or just about anyone (except a spouse or parents*).  *For those consumers who are 21 or older, a new regulation approved by the New York State Department of Health allows a parent to work as the Consumer's Personal Assistant.

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