Why Be A Caregiver
Making a difference
Forge New Relationships While Helping Others
Though the bond between family members may be the strongest bond of them all, being a Caregiver also creates a unique, indescribable connection with those you care for. Whether you are assisting a senior, someone living with a lifelong illness or disability, or a person who is recovering from an injury or condition, you have the opportunity to build a family-type of deep connection.
If a career that allows you to make a big difference in the lives of others is something that you're looking for, then you owe it to yourself to explore the opportunities Home Helpers® Home Care has to offer! We are currently looking for Exceptional Caregivers to bring our premium home care to those in need. You bring your dedication and passion to help others, we'll provide the training and rewarding opportunities.
Find a fulfilling career with Home Helpers® Home Care. Call (800) 990-9750 or begin the application process online.
OUR EXCEPTIONAL CAREGIVERS EXPLAIN
There is no one better than our Caregivers themselves to explain why being a Caregiver is so important and rewarding. Though they certainly give endless amounts of compassion and care to others, there is no shortage of what they get in return.
"I have been an employee of Home Helpers since 2011, and I love working for this company! I recently a gift in recognition of the great feedback I received from a client’s family. It was beautiful and I really appreciated it. You guys are wonderful!"
Samina K, Horsham
“I worked for Home Helpers during my Summer and Winter breaks in college. I often took online classes during these breaks and had no trouble staying on top of my school work, while working 30 hour weeks at Home Helpers. Currently I am applying to PT school, and I refer to my time at Home Helpers multiple times because I learned so many valuable skills and lessons that will be useful in the Physical Therapy field, including transfers, bedside manner, and interdisciplinary interactions. Every single person that I met through Home Helpers was always willing to help and wanted the best for our clients and caregivers, and the office staff were flexible and understanding of my time off requests. I am very grateful for the experience of working for Home Helpers as it has led me to an interest in geriatric care, and I received a strong recommendation to support me in my future career.
Alexa J (PT Student North Wales, PA)
The experience I gained as a caregiver for Home Helpers was a major help in my school work while in graduate school for occupational therapy. Home Helpers allowed me to work directly with clients with different diagnoses, which I was learning about first hand in school. This experience gave me a better understanding of the diagnoses I would be working with as an OT.
Upon graduation, my first job as an OT is in home care. A majority of graduated therapists never get to experience going into someone's home before actually starting their career, but for me it was already so familiar because of my employment with Home Helpers. Additionally, Frank Esterle (an owner of the agency), was very generous with allowing me to put him as a reference for my job because of the great connections Home Helpers has with therapy providers.
Before starting with Home Helpers, I had very little experience, but that was just fine. The training I received from they Staff Development Coordinator, Deb Piccini, prior to my start at Home Helpers was extremely helpful and brought me a sense of security that I could meet the expectations of a caregiver. If I ever needed more training, Deb would happily meet me out with a client.
Home Helpers allowed me to work as much as I wanted and always was generous with compensating overtime when I wanted to work it!
Andrew R. (Montgomeryville)