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DCP Commissioner Jonathan Harris recently met with our board of directors to discuss a number of issues regarding the home care industry.  

Please go to the "Members Only" page if you would like to see the DCP Audit Checklist he shared with us.  


News you can use!

The US Department of Labor has released a Home Care Guide for Consumers and Families.....click here for the link.



Image result for hipaa logoCTHCA recently held a seminar on HIPAA Guidelines.  


Members can click here for an overview....... 


Navagating Overtime for Live-in Caregivers.......

Members click here for the details.......




Unemployment Tax Management CorporationCTHCA recently held a workshop on best practices for navigating unemployment compensation.

The workshop was conducted by Unemployment Tax Managment Corporation of Wakefield, Massachusetts.
Click here to learn more about their services.

The Connecticut Homemaker and Companion Association

is a not for profit corporation organized to represent, promote,

assist and serve the common interest of its non-medical

homemaker and companion agencies and their clients.


Our Mission:

To represent, promote, assist and serve

the common interests of the state's

homemaker/companion agencies

and the individuals we serve.


Grassroots effort...CTHCA was formed as the result of a grassroots effort to advocate on behalf of agencies

that provide non-medical support services to individuals in their homes.




Together as a voice...We strive to promote professionalism and quality of services in our industry.




In our history...We have impacted proposed legislation, regulatory issues and reimbursements that affect all providers.




The people we serve...We are dedicated to assisting the agencies that help the aging population stay in their homes.




Return on investment...We provide the independent providers with a larger voice in dealing with federal and state agencies,

regulators, legislative representatives, vendors and the general public. The savings received in the form of vendor discounts,

educational seminars etc., offset the cost of membership


 Camilliere, Cloud and Kennedy, CTHCA's voice in Hartford.