Founded in 2002, the National Private Duty Association is the nation’s first association for providers of private duty home care, which includes non-medical home care services. The NPDA is the recognized resource for information and definition of private duty home care practice, supported by a strong national membership of providers. NPDA leads the industry that care for people at home through education and advocacy.
Today, the NPDA represents more than 1,200 member organizations and over 250,000 employees throughout the United States providing private pay in-home care services for the elderly and disabled.
- set industry standards for private duty homecare
- educate the public about the differences in private duty models
- develop best practices within the home care industry
- develop core training and education programs
Home care choices can be difficult. As you consider where to find trusted and reliable care for your loved one, consider a member of the National Private Duty Association (NPDA). You will love the peace of mind and security that comes with the choice.
What Sets NPDA Home Care Apart?
NPDA member agencies employ, train and supervise their caregivers, who provide a variety of care levels including homemaker services, companionship, and home health care.
NPDA member agencies:
- Screen and select caregivers prior to an assignment.
- Hire their caregivers and do not use independent contractors.
- Adhere to state and federal guidelines in employment practices, such as:
- Withholding required taxes
- Providing workers’ compensation
- Conducting background and reference checks
- Develop an individualized plan of care with input from the client and family.
- Have 24/7 on-call availability.
- Monitor the caregiver services and make regular visits to the client’s home.
- Manage all payroll and employee-related matters.
NPDA is the nation’s reliable resource for providers of private pay home care.