When your job as an in-home caregiver isn't taking care of you.

Does it feel like all the care you give to others doesn't come back your way?

You give but don't get back

You give a lot of yourself, but don’t feel that you’re paid enough or get the respect you deserve.

Wondering where this job will take you

You don’t have the opportunity to grow or develop your skills for a better career and you want your job to lead to a career path.

You want respect as a part of the team

The way you get information and assignments leaves you feeling that you're not valued as part of the home care company.

It's easy to get discouraged

Sometimes caregiving leaves you feeling “used-up” and alone—and you'd like someone to offer a little more encouragement and appreciation.

You have a life, too

Your scheduling options don't consider your other responsibilities, with too little flexibility or concern for your needs and goals.

You'd love it if your job as a caregiver...

If only caregiving would open the door to better opportunities. You'd like to feel that you're part of an in-home care team that respects you and helps you grow.

What you need

You need the opportunity to work with a completely different kind of home care company—one where your voice is heard and your hard work opens doors.

You need a company that champions the value of the caregiver and works for better pay and better opportunities.

Your needs and your concerns matter in the decisions about how care is delivered.

Everyone works together to move
the company forward, and
caregivers profit too.


Your work provides a future and you have options that include a career path plus growth opportunities that you're excited about.
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Three roads that take you nowhere.

Some jobs just don't help you reach your goals.

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Big home care agencies or nationwide franchises

Because they are big, they promise more opportunities and steady pay, but they leave you feeling like another number, with no chance of promotion, and few options.

Find your
own work

You go the direct-hire route or use an in-home care matching website to find your own caregiving jobs.

You have to deal with all of the problems of going it alone (including taxes, agreements, and insurance). Or, you're left without the protections and benefits provided by an employer.

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Take a job in retail,
fast food, or manufacturing

Even though you are a natural caregiver, you take a less demanding job with the promise of steady work and room to grow.

But you quickly discover the work doesn't allow you to make a difference, and it's repetitive and boring. It offers very few promotion opportunities and little flexibility. You're left disappointed.

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The quality of care comes from the support we provide to every caregiver.

Take your future back into your own hands.

You need to find a job where the important work that you provide as a caregiver opens doors to a future that you love.
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