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Are you helping someone hire a disability aide? This guide from Eva Sweeney will walk you through how (and where) to post an ad, what questions to ask during the screening and interview, as well as how to know if it’s not a good fit.

For those who need help with everyday things, hiring the right personal care assistant comes down to finding someone respects all of who you are. But finding that person — and weeding out those who don’t fit the criteria — can be a challenge. To help, I’ve put together a simple checklist to help you get the support you deserve. Let’s begin!

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