No, I still do not understand what you are attempting to communicate. Try and use your words and not mine. From your site:
Medicare provides non medical home aide care for the qualified disabled and you can find this type of home aide through this directory.
The Home Health Compare Web site was created through the efforts of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Home Health Compare has information about the quality of care provided by “Medicare-certified” home health agencies throughout the nation. “Medicare-certified” means the home health agency is approved by Medicare and meets certain Federal health and safety requirements.
NOTE: Medicare will not cover home health services provided by a home health agency that has not been Medicare-certified. Read more about how Medicare covers home health care.
The information in Home Health Compare should be looked at carefully. Use it with the other information you gather about home health agencies. Talk to your doctor or other health care provider about the information on Home Health Compare. Read more about finding a home health agency.And:
What is Home Health Care?- Home Health Care includes skilled nursing care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy, medical social services and home health aide services. Home health agencies may also teach you (or your family or friends) how to care for yourself.Appears the focus is on health care.
You've referenced that site many times...but it requires the services of one of the home health agencies listed... which means the additional cost of a middleman...and I'm quite sure those costs would pale in comparison to the Union dues you are so desperately trying to avoid.