Being a professional Caregiver can be a rewarding experience, but what does it entail? Non-medical in home caregivers typically assist with Activities of Daily Living, or ADLS. These activities include assistance with dressing, movement, eating, bathing, toileting, and continence care. However, there are many more common caregiver services that a professionally referred Caregiver needs to be able to complete. These include personal care, homemaking, companionship, transportation, and support services.
WEEKEND Caregiver’s with DRIVER’S LICENSE AND VEHICLE needed in Lackawanna and Luzerne Counties. Weekday shifts are also available, but weekends are a MUST!
Being a Caregiver is a rewarding work opportunity that offers flexibility in your schedule and a competitive wage while making a difference in your community. Clients are interested in skilled, experienced, and reliable caregivers to provide service in their home or facility. Whether this is your career or you desire supplemental income, our office of Griswold Home Care is always seeking the ‘best of the best’ Caregivers!
CAREGIVER JOB REQUIREMENTS
Griswold Home Care refers Caregivers who have these minimum qualifications:
· Compassionate provider of personal care, homemaking, and companion services
· 1+ years of experience caring for a senior or the elderly
· Background Record Checks
· A minimum of 5 recent references (3 professional and 2 personal)
· PA State compliance for TB results
· Have a heart for the elderly, honest, trustworthy, reliable, and patient with those in need
· A valid driver’s license
WHAT WE OFFER:
· Medical and Vision Benefits
· 401k Plan
· Flexible hours around your schedule
· Referral and Performance Incentives
· One-on-one care with clients
Do you fit this Caregiver description? Call the Luzerne/Lackawanna Counties Office and speak to our Caregiver Coordinator Ashley at 570-714-4433 M-F 8:30am-5pm
Our founder, Jean Griswold, started Griswold Home Care, a caregiver referral company, after seeing the unmet needs of members of her church. The wife of a Presbyterian minister and living with Multiple Sclerosis herself, Jean founded the company on two principles; that quality care should be affordable and that professional caregivers should be highly respected and their profession should be elevated.
We have helped families remain safe and independent at home since 1982 by referring professional caregivers who provide personal care, homemaking, and companionship services. We believe that everyone who wants to preserve their dignity by aging at home and receiving personalized attention should have access to exceptional home care at affordable prices with Griswold Home Care.