Being homebound and alone is hard. Your presence and attention will create joy.
Help your patient with transfers: sit to stand, wheelchair assistance, and bathing.
Help your patient get around for errands and shopping — by car or public transportation.
Help keep a tidy house for your patient with laundry, dishes, and general straightening up.
Help with bathing, showering, dressing, toileting, and incontinence care.
Help with meal planning, meal prep, cooking, and feeding.
Help your patient stay healthy with medication reminders.
Prevent falls and serious injuries by ensuring that your patient’s home is obstruction-free.
FreedomCare takes care of the caregivers too, so it doesn’t feel overwhelming. You call me regularly and stay on top of everything. Any concern I have, I get a response — that’s so important when you want to take care of your loved one. FreedomCare is a partner, not a job. I feel really close to you guys. If you don’t have the answer, you always say ‘let me find someone to help you.’ That is music to my ears.
Working as a caregiver has been very interesting — challenging, but the most rewarding job ever.💕 It’s been a pleasure working with the awesome FreedomCare Team!🤝FreedomCare is a great company I’d recommend to anyone.
Enjoy competitive rates — starting at $16 per hour— and salaries that are paid every Friday, guaranteed. No wasting hours on timesheets or checks: with our easy mobile app, you’ll see those dollars in a snap.
Plus, as you accrue experience with our agency, you’ll get more vacation days and pay raises.
Get critical benefits like medical coverage, vacation days, and sick days — and enjoy the full clinical support of a team that’s determined to see you succeed. Why do we give more than others? Because we value your skill.
What stands out the most is the way the company takes care of you. The 401(k) plan, the healthcare — they go above and beyond.
— Avi Gewirtz, Intake Team
We’re a fast-moving startup, and 95% of our managers began as team members.
Expect ongoing training and support programs each month:
To expand your knowledge base
From nurses to develop your skills
To boost your professional and personal growth: financial literacy, accounting, programming, new languages, and more.
We are on fire! 🔥 Become part of a supportive family of professionals who love each other — and love what they do. While you won’t work in our office, you’ll enjoy our company culture: warm, empowering, and dedicated to your success.
It’s an amazing company with amazing people. The culture is like no other. Every day coming into work, I can count on my coworkers to start the day with a smile. This is a growing company and it's thriving.
— Demetris Waye, Onboarding Team
Do you want to work mornings or evenings? Full-time or part-time? Your family needs are important — and we’ll offer different job options based on your preferences.
As a caregiver, the scheduling is very flexible...and any problems I have, my coordinator responds in a prompt manner. I am very pleased to be working for FreedomCare as a caregiver.
At FreedomCare, you really feel like they care about you as a person. You can approach the leaders with anything. They’re all there for you. And the work is so fulfilling. At the end of the day, you know you helped people. You made a positive impact.
— Yolanda Haynes, Onboarding Team
At FreedomCare, you are not an extra pair of hands: you an integral part of the team. We’ll rely on you for critical tasks like real-time patient reports, vitals monitoring, and more. And you’ll get the compensation — and respect — you deserve.
Everywhere you go, everybody says, ‘Oh, we're a big family.’ But here, everyone really feels like family. From day one I was welcomed and felt right at home. They've been super accommodating. And it's very rewarding; you see the impact you have on these people's lives.
— Alex Rodriguez, Care Coordinator
I don't believe I’ve ever had such a warm welcome from any other company.
“My father's illness required me to leave my professional job. It was reassuring to know that I can care for my father and get compensated for it.”