Help at Home is still hiring in your community!
We recently increased wages in Indiana and are now paying $12.50 per hour to start for DSPs and HHAs
Help at Home is the nation s leading provider of high-quality support to seniors and people with disabilities. Right now, our clients need us now more than ever. We are still hiring compassionate caregivers, and we recently increased wages for all Indiana locations.
Our caregivers are essential service providers who support their clients with activities that keep them independent and prevent them from needing to move into high-risk facilities like nursing homes or assisted living centers.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Help at Home has led our industry in providing PPE to our teams, as well as providing training on proper use and other safety measures. Our caregivers work one-on-one with their clients in the safety of the client s home, and typically have minimal contact with others.
Help at Home truly cares about our employees, and we are proud to offer the following benefits:
- Flexible scheduling that allows employees to maintain unemployment and does not interfere with stimulus package relief
- Quarantine and Hazard pay for employees exposed to COVID on the job
- Health care plans with expanded medical coverage to ensure no-cost testing and greater flexibility in maintaining coverage (on HAH plans only)
- Help at Home Cares Fund to provide financial support for employees in need
- Cash incentives/hiring bonuses for new employees in most locations
- Paid time off and vacation time
- Paid travel time and mileage reimbursements
- Industry-leading training and development opportunities
- Compassionate, professional management teams
Join us today and become a Help at Home Hero!
- Provide supportive services to individuals including support for the individual's daily care:
- Bathing, dressing, and grooming
- Transferring and ambulating
- Support a positive home environment
- Communicate and actively listen
- Determine measurements accurately (temperature, pulse, respirations, blood pressure, weight, intake, output, and food consumption if in High risk plan)
- Document findings accurately, in a timely manner and on appropriate forms according to policies and procedures
- High school graduate or GED. Prefer one year experience as a direct care working with people with developmental disabilities.
- Must demonstrate successful completion of a direct care staff competency evaluation program that addresses all of the State requirements
- Must be in good standing with the state aide registry if currently required to be entered on that registry
- Comply with state background compliance policies
- Demonstrate knowledge and competency performing supportive service procedures.
- Exhibit ability to follow care plans
- Recognize the needs and concerns of people and maintains constructive working relationships when dealing with them
- Must have valid motor vehicle operator s license and have access to reliable automobile with current automobile insurance coverage.
- Must be able to safely perform the essential functions of the position without posing a direct threat to the health and/or safety of him or her, or others, in the workplace.
- Must be willing to accept assignments without regard to location, socio-economic environment, disease, ethnic origin or religion.
- Must be willing to work on weekends or evenings when possible