Trying to do a little planning for the future. I ain't no spring chicken anymore, and my wife is already partially disabled. I also have a number firearms. My question has to do with vetting a in-home care person. I don't want to have to dispose of my firearms if the care person company has a no-guns policy for their people. I would prefer that person to have an Enhanced Carry permit. Or at least not have any restrictions or personal objections regarding guns in my house, and be capable of using one of mine should the need arise. And also I need to be comfortable that they are completely trustworthy for obvious reasons. There's no immediate need, so nobody panic. Just trying to get some preliminary advice/info on how to proceed when/if it becomes necessary.