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Directory Basics Video

Does the Directory screen PCAs for employment?

NO, the Directory does not screen online applicants or conduct background checks. It is the responsibility of the consumer/employer to conduct CORI, SORI checks, as well as check the references of all potential employees. The Council strongly encourages all PCA consumers to use this valuable resource. The CORI program is FREE for elders 60+ and people with disabilities. You may download a form, called "On Behalf of Home Health Aide" online at:

Are you an individual with a disability and would like to receive personal care attendant services in your home? Find a Personal Care Management agency in your area to begin the process

The Personal Care Attendant (PCA) program is delivered by MassHealth to provide funds for people with disabilities (PCA Consumer-employer) to hire Personal Care Attendants to assist with activities of daily living. If you are not yet approved to receive personal care attendant services in your home, you will need to call a Personal Care Management agency in your area to assist you with the screening and application process.

Post a PCA job at your local MassHire center-it’s free!

Find your local MassHire Center by clicking on this link ( Talk with the Business Services Representative at the MassHire site near you to post your job. Have them use the company name and FEIN number of the fiscal intermediary (Tempus Unlimited, NE Arc or Stavros) you are associated with.

Post a PCA job with the Mass Rehab Commission-it’s free!
The PCA Workforce Council has partnered with the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) to offer PCA consumer employers job recruitment and placement services.

Are you a new worker looking for a job as a personal care attendant? Learn about some of the roles and responsibilities of a Mass Health Personal Care Attendant
Watch a Video and read a description about the job benefits of being a MassHealth PCA.

Information about the PCA New Hire Orientation requirements
The PCA New Hire Orientation is required for all newly hired PCAs within the first nine months of hire. This training provides important employment-related information about wages, benefits, fraud, abuse, neglect, and worker rights.

Learn more about PCA Union benefits and Skills Training Workshops Available Statewide
Workshops are free for working PCAs; and offered in convenient locations statewide. Language interpretation is available
Workshops include:
Adult First Aid/CPR
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
Blood borne Pathogens
Body Mechanics
Communications and Boundary Setting
Medication Safety
Nutrition & Diabetes

Learn more about The PCA Workforce Council