Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Comfort Keeper® Home Health Aide?

If you have a caring, loving spirit and like to take an active role in helping others, you possess key characteristics that are essential to being a Comfort Keeper Home Health Aide.

senior home careAs a Comfort Keeper® Home Health Aide you will do more than prepare lunch, dust the furniture, or help a client get ready for the day. These are important, of course, but through our unique approach to in-home care, Interactive Caregiving; Comfort Keepers find ways to actively engage clients in life. This could include cooking favorite recipes together, reminiscing over old photos, visiting friends or attending community events, continuing favorite hobbies, taking a walk, doing puzzles. Our compassionate, professional caregivers—Comfort Keepers—set us apart from other in-home senior care agencies. To them, caregiving is more than a job—it’s a joy!

All Comfort Keepers have passed a rigorous screening process that includes criminal background and motor vehicle record checks, random drug and alcohol screenings, and personal and business references. They also complete a thorough interview and testing process as well as extensive orientation, training, and professional development. Each Home Health Aide completes yearly continuing education and training to maintain excellence.

Our Client Care Coordinators take the time to match each client with a Home Health Aide who has similar personality traits and interests. Many times, a deep and enduring friendship develops—another important difference that has made Comfort Keepers the leading in-home care provider.

Also important are the ability to accept constructive criticism, solve problems as part of a team, and understand and respect procedures and protocol. If you want a career that compensates you fairly, offers opportunity for growth and provides a daily dose of personal satisfaction, contact us or call our office today at (877) 205-8417 to learn more.

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