Care Providers

AccentCare is a national leader in home care that provides a comprehensive spectrum of services including skilled nursing and rehabilitation services, private duty nursing, personal care, and end-of-life care. Through its family of companies AccentCare employs over 20,000 highly trained, dedicated caregivers serving over 25,000 patients in 10 states.  AccentCare professionals use the latest technology, coupled with caring hands, to ensure that patients and clients get the assistance they need to improve the quality of their life while maintaining their independence. Many of AccentCare’s caregivers are experienced with spinal cord injury, urological disorders, IHSS, another special needs for people with disabilities. Call 800-834-3059

In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS)

888-944-4477 Program (Application Hotline)
IHSS pays for services that enable eligible individuals who are disabled (including children over 6 years of age) and seniors to remain safely in their own homes. Individuals who qualify hire their own provider(s) to assist them with personal care services such as bathing, grooming, dressing and bowel and bladder care; domestic services such as cooking, housecleaning and laundry; protective supervision for individuals with mental impairments; paramedical services such as assistance with medications, suctioning, and catheter care; and accompaniment to medical appointments. 

Personal Assistance Services Council (PASC)

PASC is the public authority for In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) in L.A. County.  PASC operates a Registry to match IHSS consumers and providers.  The PASC Homecare Registry is a free and voluntary service that IHSS consumers can use to obtain referrals of homecare providers.  Registry providers are referred to consumers based on the consumer's needs, hours allotment, and geographical location. PASC is committed to improving the IHSS Program and enhancing the quality of life for all people who receive IHSS benefits.

Home Care Exchange is a FREE community service provided by SEIU United Long Term Care Workers, the largest and most trusted union of in-home caregivers in California.  All providers have passed thorough background checks.  Caregivers work with private pay clients, as well as those who qualify for California’s In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) program.

Family Caregiver Alliance

FCA is a non-profit organization that assists family caregivers of adults suffering from memory loss as a result of a chronic or progressive brain disorder. The web site includes useful material for any caregiver, including individual fact sheets.

Los Angeles Caregiver Resource Center

LACRC is part of a statewide system of regional resource centers designed to assist families and caregivers of adults with brain impairment. 

California Caregiver Resource Centers

Caregiver Resource Center serves as a point of entry to services available to caregiving families in every county of California. Services are free or low cost.

Southern Caregiver Resource Center

Helping to pay their bills, taking them to doctor appointments and cooking meals for them to more extensive help such as constant supervision and assistance with personal care needs.

Accredited Family of Home Care Services

Care's premise is simple: Their consumer matching solutions allow families to search for, qualify, vet, connect with, and ultimately select caregivers in a low-cost, reliable and easy way. Their platform also provides caregivers with solutions to create personal profiles, describe their unique skills and experience, and otherwise differentiate themselves in a highly fragmented marketplace.