Home Helpers Caregivers

Providing Compassionate Care for Your Needs

Our focus is to provide the same level of care that we would expect for ourselves and for our families.

We know that inviting a stranger to your home is sometimes hard, so we make it as easy as possible by guiding you through the care decision process. Our free in home consultation allows us to assess your unique needs, so we can match you to the ideal caregiver.

Read our 15 questions to ask before hiring a caregiver »

Insured, and Carefully Screened

We hire only the best caregivers who are thoroughly screened and insured to give you peace of mind. Caregiver jobs are only rewarded after passing a background check. The safety of your family is our highest priority, and our screening process allows us to protect your loved one. Visit the Caregiver Employment page for more information.

Training & Continuing Education

To properly provide in home care for elderly, new moms, and all of our unique clientele, our caregivers must first complete extensive training curriculum with both mandatory and elective courses. Collaborative classroom training, online courses and webinars are all offered. We make certain that each caregiver is prepared to handle anything.

Home Helpers UniversityHH University is a program exclusive to Home Helpers that offers caregivers a supplemental training program. Through structured coursework, our caregivers can earn certifications of Specialist, Expert and Master: a title that truly differentiates the skill set of the Home Helpers caregiver. Visit the Caregiver Employment page for more information.

Certifications and Specialties

Many of our caregivers have experience with specialty care, including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and hospice care.

NCBAC logo – Home Helpers partner – In home care for elderlyThrough a partnership with the National Certification Board for Alzheimer Care (NCBAC), all Home Helpers caregivers now have the opportunity to specialize as certified Dementia Care Specialists, further ensuring that your loved ones are receiving the best care possible.

Board certification offers a voluntary, credentialing procedure that attempts to validate the competence of Alzheimer Caregivers and Educators based on practice-based knowledge and application of that knowledge.  (NCBAC)

Awards: Caregiver of the Quarter/Year

Home Helpers recognizes our caregivers who consistently excel in providing exceptional in home care. For elderly clients and others, knowing your caregiver has been recognized nationally is a great feeling.

In Hinsdale, IL, an aging Home Helpers Client loves how caregiver Teresa Phillips treats her like family.

Teresa Phillips, caregiver from Hinsdale, IL, and Caregiver of the First Quarter 2015

 

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Caregiver Jobs

Are you a compassionate and dedicated person, interested in helping others live independently in their own homes? We want you! Visit the Caregiver Employment page for more information.

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