Make Compassion Your Career
Do More Than Volunteer
America’s elderly are in need of compassionate providers. Your career can make a difference.
Meet Mike, a “thankful resident”
A Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) provides basic care to patients and assists with bathing, dressing, feeding and taking vital signs.
Nurses provide professional medical care to residents. Their focus is on the resident’s physical health.
Administrators manage finances, employment, clinical operations and resident satisfaction to ensure a resident center’s overall success.
Social workers ensure each resident functions at their highest possible level of social and emotional wellness.
The growing demand for rehabilitation services in senior centers is creating more opportunities for therapy professionals in this setting.
Care coordination professionals help make the transition to senior centers as smooth as possible for seniors and their families.
Activities professionals to create programs that meet the physical, social and spiritual needs of all of the residents.
Support Services Workers
Support service staff handle housekeeping, laundry, maintenance and the dietary needs of residents in temporary or long term care.
Support people at their biggest time of need
Consider a career in elderly care and make compassion your business.