Home Care Workers

The CEP Program (Home Care Worker Program)
A home care worker is a person who is employed by a consumer-employer of Senior & Disability Services to provide hourly or live-in services to eligible seniors or people with physical disabilities. The term "home care worker" includes providers in the Spousal Pay Program. The requirements to be a home care worker, were established by Oregon’s Home Care Commission. Requirements include:
  • 18+ years of age (applicants 16-17 years of age may be considered on a case-by-case basis)
  • Completion of a Home Care Worker application, as directed by each local office
  • Attendance of a Home Care Worker orientation, provided by S&DS
  • Capability of providing or learning to provide necessary care
  • Passage of a background check and criminal history clearance

As of April 1, 2015, our registry is open to new applicants!  This means that any resident of Lane County, or resident of another County seeking employment with a Lane County resident, is welcome to apply.  To find out more about becoming a Home Care Worker, call us at 541-682-4038