Most of our caregivers are from Poland and other Eastern-European countries, and grew up in multi-generational households, with a deep and rich culture of caring for others. For Euro-American caregivers, caring is not a job, it’s a lifestyle.
We are Connecticut’s first and original provider of primarily Eastern-European caregivers for the elderly and people with disabilities – and today we also the most respected. Don’t be confused by recent “Euro” imitators. Our professionalism and quality of service are unmatched.
Euro-American Homecare, LLC provides complete, agency-managed caregiving services through our trained and supervised employee-caregivers. We handle payroll, tax withholding, insurance and other services.
Not everyone can be a Euro-American caregiver. Each applicant goes through a comprehensive, 10-Step Screening and Evaluation, including: face-to-face interviews, criminal background checks, professional and personal reference checks, and much more. The skills and personalities of our approved caregivers are then matched with your specific needs and desires. That’s how we select the right and best caregiver for you!
Our Care Team and our professional administrative staff are available to ensure you receive an exceptional level of care (including 24/7 emergency coverage). We are committed to keeping both our employee-caregivers and our independent caregivers motivated, growing and content, so they can provide you the high level of service for which we’ve become known.
Euro-American Connections & Homecare is built on people who trust us, including thankful clients and their families, loyal caregivers and satisfied professional referral sources. More than 95% of our new clients come to us as referrals. Once people experience our services, they often send their other family members, friends and neighbors to us. Their appreciative letters and notes tell the story better than we can.
CT GENERAL STATUTES SECTION 20-679A REQUIRED DISCLOSURE
Euro-American Connections, LLC (EAC) is a homecare registry that connects independent Caregivers with persons that need home care. The caregiver will be working directly for you (or your family), and EAC (1) will not be the employer of the caregiver, (2) will not be the one paying the caregiver for services, and (3) will have no responsibility for any governmental or regulatory filings in connection with the services provided. Depending on the relationship between you and the caregiver, you may be considered an “employer” under law and, if that is the case, you may be held responsible for the payment of federal and state taxes, Social Security, overtime and minimum wage, unemployment, Workers’ Compensation insurance payments and any other applicable payment required under state or federal law. Please consult your tax advisor regarding your tax and filing requirements and recommendations for structuring this relationship to achieve the intended results for tax and regulatory purposes.