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Care Professional Awards & Recognition
At Home Instead®, our success revolves around the work of our Care Professionals – and we make sure they know it! We celebrate Care Pros year-round through: notes of appreciation, recognition in our employee newsletter, flowers, extra time off, and even impromptu office parties.
Home Instead CAREGiver of the Year Award
CAREGiver appreciation is baked into our DNA. We sincerely value the passion and talent each CAREGiver brings to our mission day in and day out.
To thank our CAREGivers for all the amazing things they do, we nominate a person for our national Mary Steibel CAREGiver of the Year award. It’s a small way to show how thankful we are to them for demonstrating compassion and exceptional care to the seniors and families they serve.
Do You Know Someone With A Caring Heart?
We all have that someone who is a natural born caregiver. If you know a friend or family member that would make an outstanding Care Pro, someone who would easily receive a standing ovation from Home Instead, please share the career opportunity - we’d love to meet them!
Read About the Latest Care Pro of the Month Recipients!
Home Instead-St. Cloud CAREGiver of the Year-2020
Sue B. has been a loving CAREGiver with Home Instead for 5 yrs. She has been described a busy little bee with a can-do attitude who continues to elevate the importance of caregiving through her professionalism and decorum. In every facet of her life Sue spreads love to her clients and their families!
Barb Hoffmann Regional CAREGiver of the Year-2019 in the Central Region who later became the National CAREGiver of the Year-2019
Her dedication to seniors and caregiving is an inspiration to us all. Join our team of 75,000 CAREGivers and help us change the face of aging. Learn more and apply today.
On receiving this prestigious award, Barb said: “I believe there are two really important days in our lives: the day we are born and the day we realize why God put us on earth. I’m thankful to God for guiding me to become a CAREGiver for seniors, as I’ve learned so much from everyone I have cared for over the years.”