The services you might be able to help provide include:
- Light housekeeping
- Personal grooming and dressing
- Healthcare appointments
- Yard work
- Mobility assistance
- House maintenance and small repairs
- Overnight stays (24-hour care)
- Long-distance check-ins
- Respite care
- Alzheimer/Dementia care
“It’s about yardwork and a whole lot more.”
- Bob, a senior provider
Become a Senior Care Provider
We know that for the right people being a senior helping other seniors is really a very rewarding proposition... a way to give and to receive.
Work as much or as little as you want.
We are always looking for loving, caring, compassionate people to work with our seniors. Over time, each of our care providers works as little or as much as he or she wishes to.
Supplement your income.
Most of the people who join our team were seeking volunteer roles or similar activities that would make their lives even more meaningful. Working to help other seniors means you will be making an important contribution to the quality of their lives and of their independence. It also provides you with an hourly wage that can help cover the bills or simply let you splurge on your grandchildren.
No experience necessary. But lots of heart required.
We want to speak with you if you are able to offer companionship or a specific service. Many of the seniors who provide our care are recently retired or on a reduced work schedule and have never done anything quite like this previously. But they all come to the work full of caring and a heartfelt desire to help.