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Your Career as a Caregiver

A Note about COVID-19

Now, more than ever, it’s clear how essential caregivers really are. The people we serve rely on our caregivers, not just for companionship during a time of isolation, but also for assistance with their basic needs. Without dedicated caregivers, many seniors and adults with disabilities would be left with little support. You can make all the difference.

When you become a caregiver, no day will ever be exactly the same as the last. No matter what type of caregiving you provide, you will always have a wide variety of duties and experiences.

And that’s important to us.

Caregivers are the heart of our organization. We know our company couldn’t exist without you, which is why it’s so important to us to keep your passion strong and to ensure your needs are met.

Read more below about the unique positions we offer, along with the training and support we provide to every Right at Home caregiver.

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Benefits of a Right at Home Career

  • Flexible hours and competitive pay
  • A caring, supportive team
  • An independent work environment
  • Learning new senior care skills
  • Building one-on-one relationships with clients and families
  • Growth and training opportunities

Love What You Do

At Right at Home, our caregivers love what they do, why they do it, and who they do it for. Learn more about what it means to be a caregiver at Right at Home.

Hear from real caregivers about what makes them love what they do, what makes a great caregiver, and how they create extraordinary experiences for those that they provide care for.

Isn't it time to love what you do?

You Are the Right Fit

We believe that all kinds of people make great caregivers. It doesn’t matter if you have a little experience or a lot: You might already have the skills it takes to benefit a senior or adult with disabilities. Caregiving might be right for you if:

You’re a retiree or empty-nester
looking for meaningful part-time employment…

You’re new to the workforce and want to build
a successful career in health care…

You have experience caring
for a friend or loved one…

You’ve worked as a professional caregiver
for another company…

You’re working toward
becoming a CNA or RN…

You’re looking for
a more meaningful career…

Types of Caregiving

We’re proud to be able to offer elderly people and adults with disabilities a wide variety of care plans. Though some of our clients will need more advanced care, including hygiene assistance, others are simply looking for help with their everyday routines or assistance in recuperating from a hospital stay. This means that no matter your current training or skill level, chances are we have a position for you.

A caregiver takes her client’s blood pressure in a comfortable home.
A caregiver is flipping through a book with his client
A caregiver takes her client’s blood pressure in a comfortable home.
A caregiver is flipping through a book with his client
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Hear What Others Are Saying

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"We have been exceptionally pleased with the services provided by Right at Home ... They have provided education-based care to a loved one with advancing dementia with dignity and respect."
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Hear What Others Are Saying

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"They were super friendly and could work around our schedule and our economy. They stay in contact and are very concerned about my mother. They keep me abreast as to what is going on because I am not in the same city. They are an extension of me helping her. She looks forward to them coming. They pick up and organize things. She is over 100, so it is hard for her to pick up things off of the floor. They help clean up, get her around, and take a shower. They have even helped me transport her to the doctor. They are very friendly and act like they know my mom and me which is really good. She has built a relationship with Suzie, the caregiver"
Nick L.

Hear What Others Are Saying

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"They have very good caregivers. They are excellent in terms of care. I only see her twice a week, but she keeps me cheerful and happy and gets enough things done to where I am not slaving to get them done. My caregiver right now can do just about anything. She can make meals and help me clean. With any kind of organizing, she is very good. They call me if my caregiver is coming late. They arrange things for me if I have asked. If I need a car, they arrange for it to come. They help me access other care. I have had two caregivers, and they have both been excellent. They are caring and friendly."
Barrie R.

Hear What Others Are Saying

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"They have always been really attentive to my mother's requirements, and they have communicated a lot with me. They stay in touch with me. They have to pay attention to my mother's needs and are her companion. I have not had difficulty with them. They have always communicated with me. They are attentive and seem to understand the particular needs of my mother."
Mark C.

Hear What Others Are Saying

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"They provide very personalized care to the clients and they look out for the clients' best interest. They provide peace of mind because they care about what they do and about the client. Everything that my grandfather has needed has been more than accommodated for. Whenever I need to talk with someone about a schedule change or when a caregiver can come, the flexibility and communication is beyond perfect. There was one caregiver my grandfather didn't care for, so they quickly found someone that was a better fit. The current caregiver genuinely and wholeheartedly cares about my grandfather's well-being."
Rita P

Ongoing Training and Education

When you become a Right at Home caregiver, you join a group of caring individuals whose goal is to help seniors and adults with disabilities live successfully in their homes. You are also associating yourself with one of the most reputable companies in home care. We believe that our success is dependent upon your success. That’s why in the ever-changing world of care, it is our goal to keep you trained and properly informed. From onboarding to client matching to continued education, we want you to thrive in your career.
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Orientation and Caregiver‑to‑Client Matching
Once you become a Right at Home caregiver, you'll go through an orientation process to learn our policies and procedures. After that, you’ll be ready to start providing care. Every time you're matched with a new client, you'll receive an orientation on that client's Custom Care Plan and the specifics of their care.
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Right at Home University
Right at Home caregivers can access hundreds of online trainings through an enhanced learning platform and mobile app called Right at Home University (RAHU). This training is designed to help you become the best caregiver possible.

Our Promises to Our Caregivers

We promise to help you become the best you can be. We will equip you as a professional by providing best-in-class training and investing in your professional development.

We promise to coach you to success. We’re always available to support you and offer you tips to be the best at delivering care to clients.

A female caregiver smiles up at her client as she prepares her wheelchair. A female caregiver smiles up at her client as she prepares her wheelchair.

Celebrating the Importance of Caregiving

At Right at Home, we believe in delivering the highest quality care to our clients and their families. Every year, we reward the caregivers who go above and beyond with our Caregiver of the Year award, presented at our international conference.
See past winners