Home Helpers is looking for the best of the best. Do you want to go home at the end of the day knowing you made a difference in the life of a family? If so, you may meet the qualifications to be a Home Helpers Caregiver. Are you the kind of person that shows up for work during a blizzard? Are you the kind of person who's trustworthy enough to become part of someone's family? Are you ready for more than the next job; are you ready for a career? Home Helpers is looking for caregivers with experience in home care, family care giving or any other caring field. Some agencies want warm bodies, we want warm hearts. Please read the job description and then submit an application. After we review your application, you may be contacted for a personal interview to learn about our competitive compensation.
Caregivers are also called Homemakers, Home Health Aides, and Personal Care Assistants to name a few. They help take care of, any and all, people requiring assistance, at times, when they cannot complete tasks themselves. This may include the elderly, children and anyone recovering from a recent injury or illness.
Grooming: Hair care, shaving, oral care, and skin care.
Bathing: Assisting with shower, bath, or sponge bathing.
Dressing: Assisting with dressing and/or undressing the client.
Toileting: Assistance with bathroom, commode, urinal, bedpan, and/or diapers.
Ambulation: Assisting with a walker, crutches, cane, or gait belt.
Transferring: From bed, wheelchair, low chair, use of a lift, or turning a client in bed.
Medication: Medication reminders.
Cleaning: For client safety and comfort, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, laundry, changing linens, and light housekeeping the general areas used by the client.
Meals: Shopping for food, cooking food, following special diets, serving food, and or feeding the client.
Companionship: Emotional support, providing company, stimulating the client through having conversation, playing games, cards, etc.
Incidental Transportation: To and from doctor's appointments, shopping, and errands.