All work can be meaningful, but what’s meaningful to you? Finding a job that you love and that provides flexibility with your schedule can be difficult. You may have forgotten that a gratifying career is possible, but you are worthy and deserving of more. Life is far too short to spend your time at an unfulfilling job. Help our clients and their families fall in love with their future.
As a caregiver, you have the opportunity to invest in yourself while creating a schedule that fits your life. Home care is among the top 10 fastest-growing occupations, and it’s becoming more popular every day. As the Baby Boomer generation grows older, you may be watching your own parents facing new challenges with health and home care. Many people are currently in need of care, but even more of the population will require at-home assistance over the next few years. As a caregiver, you can pursue a career that you are passionate about and be confident in your job security.
An in-home caregiver is an individual who assists someone in their home with daily tasks. Caregivers are trained to support an elderly individual or an individual with developmental disabilities. They help clients maintain their health, keep them comfortable and safe, and act as the main line of defense against their client getting injured, as well as providing a sense of peace of mind to the family. When you are helping those who cannot help themselves, you develop confidence, patience, and empathy. If you are a compassionate person looking to give back to your community in a fulfilling way while earning a good wage, Comforting Arms is the place for you.
We offer three types of positions.
Read below to see which position is the right fit for you.
“I absolutely love the company. They are all so welcoming, everyone I have met has been so sweet. I am going into nursing and this has helped me to keep up my skills. Anna is amazing, when I ask questions I can always text her, she gets back to me as soon as she can. They are all very sweet, I don't mind between care or companionship, but I feel like we have gotten along with all of my clients.”
~ Marissa F.
“At Comforting Arms I really enjoy the staff that I work under. They come to us for training if we cannot come to them. They are so lenient with my scheduling. They are very appreciative of us. I have received gift cards to my favorite shops when I pick up shifts that are not mine. They take a caregiver and give us a client that we are trained to be with. They really do try to put a proper caregiver with a client to match their needs.”
~ Stephanie C.