Yes, as long as it is part of the necessary care of the individual. like grocery stores or pharmacies. The providers make sure the caregiver that will provide the ride carries the car insurance needed. In some cases, passengers might need a wheelchair and might need to use a smaller transportation chair especially if they use electric wheelchairs.
Yes and they must adhere to standards set by the state and federal government regulations. This is important if excepting payment for services from the government or a grant.
Yes as part of state laws they must carry liability insurance. As part of the policy, there are coverages in case of an accidental death caused by the caregiver.
Because you or a loved one need help with nonmedical care services to make life easier.
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