A live-in aid is a care giver who lives with a senior or disabled person. The person does not have to be disabled or elderly to benefit from a live-in aide, but they are often required to be in the unit for safety reasons. The person is responsible for making sure that the aide does not leave the residence without prior arrangement. While this type of caregiving is a valuable service, it is not for every situation.
To qualify for a live-in aide, you must meet certain criteria. The aide should be qualified to live in your home, but she should not have the right to stay in the same unit as you. The person must be a full-time employee of the same company as you. A live-in aide can be a qualified person who is not an employee of the landlord. They are not allowed to keep housing vouchers.