Frequently Asked Questions for Becoming A Home Instead Care Professional
In addition to orientation, all staff receive training in, and must demonstrate mastery of, providing care for our aging loved ones. This includes the aging process, safety of caregivers and clients, and how to build a relationship with clients.
Staff receive training in all aspects of their expected role including, how to be the eyes and ears for the family of our clients. Specialized care training, such as Alzheimer's care, is taught to ensure a full understanding of the necessary aspects of providing exceptional care for these individuals.
If you are a compassionate and reliable person who is passionate about helping seniors and aging adults, we encourage you to apply.
Additional primary job responsibilities can include:
- Personal care
- Light housekeeping and meal preparation
- Remind people to take their medication
- Remind people to attend scheduled appointments
- Provide companionship and conversation
- Run errands
- Tend to those with Alzheimer’s or Dementia
In addition to onboarding and on-the-job trainings, we ensure our team members have mentors and a strong foundation to support them daily.
From monthly recognition programs to annual performance reviews, Home Instead invests in the well-being and long-term engagement of all Care Pros.
Some of the benefits that have been offered to employees include:
- Competitive pay
- Paid, on-the-job training
- Wide variety of work shifts and schedules
Our requirements include having the ability to communicate with clients in a friendly manner and the ability to care for others with dignity and respect.
Other requirements may be required however no prior experience is typically necessary!