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HOME CARE SERVICES — all employees


This classification applies to employers that provide in-home personal care services, including but not limited to assistance with meals, dressing, personal hygiene, housekeeping and companionship for customers who are in need of such services due to age, illness or disability. This classification includes Supported Living Services (SLS) provided to developmentally disabled individuals or In-Home Support Services (IHSS).

This classification includes home infusion therapy services when performed in connection with home care services. Home infusion therapy services that are not performed in connection with home care services shall be classified as 8852, Home Infusion Therapists.

Employers that provide registered nurses, licensed vocational nurses or certified nursing assistants to deliver in-home nursing care services to patients shall be classified as 8827(2), Nursing Care — in private residences.

Private residence cleaning services that are not performed in connection with home care services shall be classified as 9096, Residential Cleaning Services.

Independent Living Skills (ILS) instructional programs that are administered through state-contracted Regional Centers shall be separately classified as 8868, Colleges or Schools Ð private Ð not automobile schools Ð professors, teachers or academic professional employees.
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HOMEMAKER SERVICES — all employees

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Health and Human Services

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