One Care Home Care ensures that your family is being cared for by people you can trust. Every one of our caregivers that we refer completes one of the most thorough screening processes in the home care industry. The screening completed for every caregiver includes:

1. Statewide criminal history check through the Florida Dept of Law Enforcement

2. Nationwide criminal history check through the FBI

3. Countywide criminal history check through the Pinellas and Pasco County Sheriff’s Department

4. Drivers license verification

5. Driving record check

6. Automobile Insurance Verification

8. Caregiver license and certification verification

Caregivers we refer go through a multi-step interview process and personality assessment.

Our assessment includes:

  • One Care Home Care Assessment:  The first thing we do is ask candidates to take a personality assessment to gauge their aptitude for caregiving
  • Follow-up interview to review in greater depth skills, ability and compatibility with One Care Home Care mission, vision and values.
  • Comprehensive background checks including criminal background (national and state) and driving record
  • Skills test to assess knowledge

Why a Personality Test?

The best caregivers are caring, honest, reliable and compassionate.  Unfortunately, there is no certification to help us identify these kinds of people! We can use science, however, to help us find people who exhibit these attributes.  Large corporations use these tests all the time. It helps them make sure that people who have the potential to be great salesmen, for example, go into sales, and not accounting.

We are aware of no other agency in our market area that uses these type of tests.  They cost a great deal to license, but give us additional insight when we meet an applicant.

The One Care Home Care Assessment has been developed by clinical psychologists to measure interpersonal traits and performance work styles such as:

  • Dependability
  • Empathy
  • Attention to detail
  • Persistence
  • Stress tolerance
  • Hospitality
  • Emotional self-control
  • Openness to learning

Care Givers we refer have Occupational Accident Insurance.

Being a caregiver is tough work, even in the best conditions.  We require our caregivers that we refer to carry Occupational Accident Insurance.

Accidental Death 
$100,000 Maximum Benefit

Accidental Dismemberment
$100,000 Maximum benefit
Commencement Period 365 Days

Accident Medical Expense   
$100,000 Per Person/Accident
$400 Weekly Benefit Max
$200,000 Maximum Benefit Amount
Maximum Payment Period is to Age 70 and subject to Social Security Disability Award and other offset

Combined Single Limit
$200,00 Per Person