Google it. I did. AARP says you should check with your home insurance company.
Honestly, I don't know. I'm a CNA in the Ann Arbor area. If you can click on a client or send him/her a message, then you can hire the person! Best of luck.
Hmmm, I'm not sure, but you might start over with a *new* account for yourself as a Caregiver--that's what I would do. You might need a new email address and new log in info. Some
Hi I Am New To This Site And Just Purchased A 3 Month Membership. I Am Looking For Help For My Father. I Reached Out To 6 Or 7 People That I Am Interested In And Not One Responded. Is This Normal?
Caregivers might put their name and info on Care.com, use the free service, and then not check for messages because 1) they found a job and/or clients or 2) they look elsewhere on the Internet and they didn't take their name off of the list. KEEP TRYING... more
No. But you might google that question and/or call your local Senior Center and ask.
Consider what the person likes to do or might like to do: maybe a jigsaw puzzle that's not too complicated; maybe a book of crossword puzzles in larger print.
Ask for at least 3-4 references--phone numbers and/or email addresses and talk to the references. Interview the caregiver(s) first and ask questions. You could ask the references very pointed questions and make notes on what the person (the reference) says. Get the address of the caregiver and confirm... more
Hi, I Am Looking For A Reliable Live-In Elder Helper Mostly For Companionship And Light Household And Personal Help Right Now. I Am Looking For Someone Who Can Drive And Must Have A Cell Phone. Any Tips For How To Find The Right Person?
I'm a male and prefer to have a live-in situation with a male client. AND I'm available. If you're a woman, I'd continue to look on this website for a companion. You could also try calling your local Senior Center, and/or look on Linked-In.