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A Day in the Life of Home Caregiver:
As Caregivers, we attend a client's needs right where they live, helping them remain independent at home for as long as possible. We provide one on one personal care with a personal touch and our tasks vary. They can include assisting our clients with bathing and dressing, cooking meals, making beds, doing laundry and light housekeeping, even shopping and running errands. We may help them in and out of bed, in and out of the tub, or accompany them outside for a little sunshine. While we for the elderly and individuals with chronic health conditions, and as that population grows, we need your help more than ever. We often work with detailed care plans and program requirements that describe exactly what tasks to perform, but also care for folks who just want someone to accompany their loved one to an appointment or day out, provide live in care, or just play a game of cards and reminisce. We know that social interaction is just as important as providing physical care. No matter what the day unfolds, we provide all care with love, compassion, integrity, and skill, knowing that because of us, our client had a better day.
Curious about what benefits we can offer?
- Flexible Hours
- One on One Care
- Competitive Pay
- 24 Hour Staff Support
- Training Provided
- Caring Supportive Team environment
- Direct Deposit
- Advance Pay Options
- Mileage Reimbursement*
- Major Medical Insurance*
- HSA Qualified Health Insurance with Wellness Benefit*
- Flexible Spending Account*
- 401k Savings Plan with company match*
- Dental, Vision, Short term Disability, and Life Insurance Bundled Plan*
- Voluntary Life Insurance*
- Paid Time Off*
*Average Hours minimum or length of employment may apply
High school diploma or equivalent, some college or post-high school education preferred
Education may be waived with applicable experience.
At least one of the following preferred:
Minimum six (6) months' paid experience as agency homemaker, nurse aide, maid or household worker;
Minimum one (1) year experience, paid or unpaid, in caring for children, the sick, the elderly or disabled;
Successful completion of formal course in basic nursing arts or nurse aide training.
- At least 18 years of age
- Reliable transportation
- driver's license
- proof of current auto insurance