Now Hiring Caregivers for Amazing Seniors
Can you answer YES to the following questions?
If you are interested in helping out, here is how to apply to be a caregiver for a family member:
- 18 years of age or older
- Be able to pass a criminal background check
- Have a picture ID
- Be authorized to work in the US
- You cannot be the recipient’s spouse
- Complete all of the training requirements successfully in order to be classified as a caregiver
Become a Family Caregiver to Your Nearest and Dearest
What to Expect as a Family Caregiver?
First, you are not alone. Relative Care has been assisting family’s and the care of their loved ones for years, and we will provide training and guidance to assist you with caregiving and ensure your success. Typically, as a family caregiver you will provide assistance with instrumental activities of daily living, which include cleaning, cooking, transportation, medication management, laundry, shopping and managing finances.
How is It Possible to Get Paid to Be a Family Caregiver
This is one of the most common questions we receive. In 2020, the National Alliance for Caregiving reported that over 50 million Americans are providing care for a family member without compensation. Residents of Pennsylvania are compensated by their employer through numerous state programs such as the Pennsylvania’s OPTIONS Program, Community HealthChoices Program (CHC), Pennsylvania Services My Way, and/or the Pennsylvania Domiciliary Care program (DOM Care).