The Homemaker Notice of Intent (NOI) is a process in which Homemaker and Personal Care Providers who wish to contract with Aging Services Access Points (ASAPs) are validated by the Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA). New Providers ("Bidders") provide corporate information and bid their proposed hourly billing rate, and existing Providers confirm the accuracy of their corporate information. A web-based Contract Management System, new in August 2010, supports this process.
Providers apply once regardless of the number of ASAPs with whom they want to contract. There is no guarantee a Bidder successfully completing the NOI will be awarded a contract by any ASAP.
Please review the Announcements for more information.
- The Homemaker NOI process and the unit rates it generates have no bearing on class rates established by Health Care Finance & Policy for certified services such as home health aide, skilled nursing services, or Group Adult Foster Care.
- The Homemaker NOI applies solely to the provision of homemaker and personal care homemaker services. It has no bearing on an ASAP’s procurement of any other service, e.g. chore service, legal counsel, laundry service, companionship, personal emergency response system, etc.
List of Current Providers
Click this link to view a current list of Providers whose applications have been accepted by EOEA (commonly referred to as the Bidders List). Providers accepted in the current open application period will not appear on the list until after the close date of the open application period for the approaching NOI fiscal year.