Direct Care

You’re Needed Discover the rewards of being a direct care worker

Make A Difference Every Day.

Are you passionate about helping and empowering others? Does the idea of making a
daily impact on the lives of individuals in need inspire you? If you find joy and purpose in
being someone others can rely on, a career as a direct care worker is calling you. 
 
From supporting someone in their home to working in a hospital or nursing home, you
will be able to share all the ways you care. Being a direct care worker is a perfect first
step into a healthcare career or a new opportunity for you to make a meaningful impact.

Essential Care and Support

As a direct care worker, your day-to-day responsibilities are as rewarding as they are vital. You provide crucial assistance to individuals who face challenges in managing daily activities due to age, illness, or disability.

Each day as a direct care worker brings new challenges and opportunities to make a significant impact. By joining this profession, you not only build a fulfilling career but also become a vital part of your clients’ lives, enhancing their daily experience and overall well-being. 

Your Role

Here’s What To Expect

  • Personal Care
  • Meal Preparation
  • Mobility Assistance
  • Emotional Support
  • Communication Facilitator
  • Health Monitoring

Rewarding Direct Care Career Pathways

Personal Care Aide

Provide non-medical services, including monitoring the condition of people with disabilities or chronic illnesses and help them with daily living activities, including schedules, etc.

Certified Nurse Assistants (CNAs)

Provide basic care to patients and A CNA must complete a state approved nurse aide training program. 

Direct Support Personnel

Focus more broadly on helping people with disabilities lead independent lives, live in integrated settings, and pursue competitive integrated employment.

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