CEO Leann Reynolds talks about the meaningful and impactful work of caregiving.
The Fulfillment of Caregiving
Compassionate, engaging, caring. Does this describe you? Fulfilling work as a caregiver to those in need of companionship and aid with their daily activities might be a fit for you.
Before you search for a job in your community, please take a few minutes to learn more about Homewatch CareGivers.
The Right Mix
The best caregivers are those who bring to the job a natural interest in people. Part of what makes Homewatch CareGivers so special is matching the right caregiver to the right client. In turn, this job should be your perfect match, as your employer sparks a sense of empowerment and your engagement with clients provides mutual appreciation.
Our approach to care for each client, each individual, starts with recognizing their interests and current abilities. In this way, our professional caregivers become partners in care with those that need their assistance. Each person is growing and learning in this relationship over time.
We Get You
With the foundation of a caring nature, every caregiver deserves the quality training provided by the Homewatch CareGivers University. This on-going training builds on what you bring to the job by helping you build a skill set as you grow professionally. With thousands of hours of professionally-developed and up-to-date training courses available online, caregivers can learn about nutrition, infection control, condition-specific care techniques for diseases such as dementia and heart disease. It’s an opportunity to keep growing professionally when you stay on top of your education.
Not only do clients often say that a quality caregiver can feel like a member of the family, caregivers are routinely acknowledged and rewarded by the owners of the local office in which they work.
We know that when someone is pursuing their purpose in life, it can bring them great joy. In turn, their happiness is shared with their clients and both feel appreciated and respected as they develop a bond together.