Brian M. Levy Stephanie Lemons Visage Charlotte Swenson-Rhea Dawn Bransky Bibi Pedraza Tann Guillory Gardner
We're hiring! CNA Caregivers for private duty engagements as well as our 4 Care Homes in Dallas. Full time, paid benefits and flexible hours. Send resume to: Brian@CambridgeCaregivers.com www.CambridgeCaregivers.comwww.manchesterplacecarehomes.com
Pay: $11-$13 (depending on experience etc), we pay 85% of health benefits and offer flexible hours.
Home Care 4 Seniors!
Apply here then call our office to follow up and set up an Interview : homecareforseniors.clearcareonline.com/apply/
Office number: 214-621-1969
Needing in the following areas: Mansfield, Southlake, H EB, Dallas, Plano.
Misty Grimes-Mitchell Kenzie Mariee
Looking for a caregiver to work in Plano. Client is bedbound. Also client in Seagoville. Duties are to perform light house cleaning, cooking, grocery shopping, bathing along with daily activities. Interview upon resume review. Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 972-278-8723. (Background checked) Pay is DOE.
We are hiring. Bluebirdhomecare.com
Competitive pay, medical, dental, vision, and paid time off.
We are hiring. Bluebirdhomecare.com
Competitive pay, medical, dental, vision, and paid time off.
Hallmark Healthcare, LLC is hiring PCAs (Medicaid clients). For more information, call 817-553-1900
Kalibra Home Care
275 W Campbell Rd #225, Richardson, TX 75080
Hiring Caregivers/CNA's. All shifts. In-home care. Pay starts at $11/hr
1-833-Kalibra (833 525-4272)
NurseCore is in search of Compassionate and Reliable RNs, LVNs and CNAs.. We staff PRN in various facilities across Tarrant County. We will work around your current schedule or work to build a schedule to fit your needs. We are currently staffing in LTC, rehab and hospitals. 1 year of experience required within the past 3 years.
Please call me directly at 855-826-8893, email me at email@example.com or apply online at careers-nursecore.icims.com/ (Search by location or job title)
Thank you and I hope to hear from you soon,
Colorado, Florida and Texas
Leona Fulton Driver
Leona’s Helping Hands is a non-medical caregiving registry. I am located in Denton, but have caregivers in Ft. Worth, North Dallas, all of Denton County, Wise County, Montague County and service the McKinney/Anna area on a limited basis. All caregivers registered with me are contractors and positions are based on client need. Pay is $12 per hour for hourly positions and $160 per 24 hour period for live in. Pay is weekly. Must pass background through DADS and a criminal background check. Positions are mostly in private homes of clients. CNA is not required. You can apply at my website www.leonashelpinghands.com email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-985-3662 or 817-908-6418
Southwest nursing center
5300 Alta mesa Blvd Fort Worth to 76020
Pay is on experience
Walk-in ask for Alissa DON tell them Liz sent you
4825 Wellesley St
Ft Worth, TX 76107
Looking for 2-10 CNA’s
Walk in applications accepted!
Benevolent Hearts Homecare is hiring all varies of hours. Please contact Melanie Siguar at 817-349-6558. We are located at 1001 West Euless Blvd Suite 204, 76040. We service Fort Worth , Arlington and all of Mid Cities. The pay rate is between $10-$11 per hour depending on experience.
Currently looking for multiple caregivers in Coppell, to work with a young lady w/ cerebral palsy. Very hands-on. Pays $12/hr.
Text 972-693-2316 for the application link.
New Direction Home Healthcare
Positions open for home health aides in Fort Worth, Dallas, Anna Texas
Pay $12-15/per visit
Office: 1015 E Dallas Suite 2
Mansfied, Texas 76063
Apply in person or on
Divine Heart Senior Caregivers looking for caregiver in Arlington Matlick I-20. 4hrs/day-7 Days/week
Patty Drake 469-988-8264
Quality First Senior Care 8174721040
Midlothian and Grand Prairie
Mom's Best Friend Dallas/Fort Worth is hiring caregiver! You can work while getting your license. PM me for details.
Please add contact info to your post
Call Mindy Olivas with BrightStar Care at 214.641.6188.
Nurse Next Door is hiring. You can send me a PM or call our office 469-718-7301
Thanks for your interest in Assisting Hands Home Care.
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I look forward to working with you and getting to know you as well.
4694518344 call me. I can get you set up with school
I have a patient in Fort Worth Saturday and Sunday’s 2-10pm
Would be able to start shift tomorrow
I work for Tru Care it’s a good home health company
CALAB INC is hiring direct care staff to work in our group homes for adults with intellectual disabilities. We have several full and part-time positions available in Grand Prairie, Arlington and Mesquite. No experience required, we train. Duties include but are not limited to, assisting with showers, medication, cooking, housekeeping, training, etc. If you would like to apply please come by 297 NW 25th Grand Prairie, TX 75050. We are in the office Mon-Fri, 8a-4p. Please bring your ID and social with you. Text 817-240-6700 with any questions.
I have an immeduate opening for in home caregiver. 20-40 hrs per week $11.50 hr. If interested email email@example.com
We are hiring 🙋♀️
BrightStar Care is hiring Caregivers!
Please call or text me anytime at 214.641.6188 to discuss opportunities with BrightStar Care.
Call me 9034452831, Irving area 7 on 7 off
Heaven At Home Senior Care is always looking for good caregivers and we have clients all over the metroplex. I’m their main recruiter and also one of the staffing coordinators. I’ve sent you a dm, and look forward to speaking to you.
I want 2 hour help with my mom. Bed bath grooming light laundry. 2hrs daily 7 days.Mckinney. good pay rate
11am to 1 noon
There is a really nice facility in Mansfield that I used to pick up shifts at a couple years ago. You did not have to be certified to work there. Let me find the name of the facility and I will post it.
Hello. Are you still looking for work?
Test takers don't give up.. I have became official as a RN. I recommend you connect with Dr. Tom. You can call or text wa.me/(740)743-6943 they got amazing questions and answers. Or you feel free to PM me thanks.
Someone once told me the very same thing then when I described what homecare was about she noped out.....so glad she did bc her concern was wiping behinds.....yes we do that
I still have an opening for 20-40 hrs. Please let me know if you have any interest.
HEB area willing to travel up to 20 miles
Caregiver- love people!!!
Days or nights
BS Community Health Education
Retired nurse no longer practice
Specialty hospice, geriatrics, Infectious Disease Unit ( working with HIV+ and AIDS patients)
Single mom in need of work desperately.
7 days on 7 days off live in
DFW or North east Texas
30 years experience
Dementia/Alz/Cancer and more
$250 a day Neg. pay
Rashedah Becnel 12 to 18hr overnight/ 12hr 7 days anything available 4 yrs hospice experience dem/ahlza/ cancer / specialty brain disorders/ 25yrs experience caregiver I am currently employed for a hospice company slow\no work available will drive wherever im use to driving 80 + miles
I am looking for over night shift Monday thru Thursday if not Monday thru Friday nd alternate if I have to for the weekends
Live in weekend care giver
Arlington ,Mansfield Area
CNA/ caregiver/Private Duty
Mornings,Evenings & Nights
14 years experience
Fort Worth area
Over 20 years in the field of MHMR and Companion
Worked with Menatal Health Mental Retardation patients Hospitality Aide
Looking for full time work 8 hour shifts or part time
No pers No driving NO LIFTING
CNA/CMA, Private Duty
Granbury, Cleburne,Weatherford, South Ft Worth
Weekends, overnights & Days.
6 years worth experience
12 and up preferably
Irving, Carrollton, Dallas, Arlington
Patricia StillStanding Reason please add your info here
$12 and up
North Dallas Area
Mornings/ Evenings/ Weekend Doubles
6 years experience
Collin county - Farmersville, Princeton, blue ridge, Wylie or surrounding areas.
•no live in•
Private care -$12-$16 per hour.
10.00-12.00 per hour
Fannin, Grayson, hunt, Lamar counties
Alz/ memory care
This is one of the most frustrating things for me too.
All the work to onboard them and 1 shift later no call no show.
Most of the time I think it’s that client they worked with.. speculation of course. I can say it can’t be tolerated as it’s abandoning the client.
So disheartening, spoke to a caregiver on Friday, confirmed her Saturday and today's shift verbally and via text. No call no show. Am thinking of taking out the fee for her background check out of her last paycheck. Such a waste of time.
I worked for a non profit agency in a different state for 12 years. We supplemented volunteers with paid staff. The same situation you describe with NC/NS was happening frequently. We asked the individuals who were interested in the position available, and we were ready to make an offer to, if they would be willing to "volunteer" for a shift just to get the feel for what goes on. It really helped. Also, we would not schedule them to work until 3 days after the offer, so they could think it over, arrange transportation and daycare. Hope these suggestions help a bit.
Yes! Every single person I've used from this forum has been a no call no show! Extremely frustrating for me and my clients needing the help
I wanted to be a caregiver, but I am not comfortable with changing people. I think some people think they are built for it, but then the reality sets in once they’ve accepted the position they may very well have to groom clients.
I have done scheduling/staffing for over 4 years and is an ongoing issue. Please let me know of any suggestions to help decrease no call no shows.
I've had that happen more last year. When the stimulus came out. I finally had someone tell me they would make more with unemployment plus the extra 1200. And I'm sure it's going to happen again now that the new stimulus is out. That's just one reason. They make the effort and they have to apply.
It is a VERY hard job and CNA's are the backbone and the heart of any care community. You can tell who loves their job. They deserve a massage after their shift that's for sure.
There are so many reasons a caregiver will not show. The one thing I don’t understand is not calling to tell the employer. I have never done that.
The biggest reason is pay. CNA's break their backs and are so underappreciated. The amount of work that is put in compared to the pay...well there isn't really a comparison. They may agree to the pay upfront but after thinking, most times the pay is not worth it.
I think it is nerves. If you schedule a week of working with someone who knows what to do and let the new person shadow them and help as they feel more confident and get to know the client, they will be more apt to return, or speak up.
If you can, wait it out a bit. 9 times outta 10, they truly did flake. But sometimes, something awful happened. Personally, I’ve had family emergencies and also a car accident happen right before work that were so shocking, I accidentally NCNS’ed both times. Work was the last thing on my mind. From a management standpoint, we usually wait 3 business days and try contacting their listed emergency contact. Most of the time, they’re a loss but sometimes you’re able to work something out if they’re unhappy. I’m currently the Business Office Manager at an ALF, so I feel your frustration with taking the time and money to recruit, pre-screen and onboard a candidate just for them to NCNS. I try to express their training schedule with their buddy, and clearly talk about pay from the beginning. Just over-express the fact that they can always come to you and you have an open door policy. I know caregiving is especially hard right now, I cannot imagine the level of burnout some are experiencing.
Pay must match the duties period. CNAs do ALOT of work and are severely underpaid/recognized. Some clients need more and the pay must match it may seem good then after sitting and thinking you be like nol not worth it financially or physically.
Also reach out to her and ask. Text if needed only she can truly tell you and hopefully it wasn't a medical emergency or something personally bad reason she didn't show
I don’t think the pay is the issue when knowing the amount before hand- I think it’s called, integrity is missing, no respect to the family -no call to say they are not coming- it was bad!
Maybe it was the pay🤷🏾♀️
I completely agree there is no acceptable reason for NSNC!
I am a nursing director at a private Christian care center. I’m glad to know that I’m not the only one this happens to 😫very frustrating. When the pay level and shift hours was discussed from the very beginning and you go through all the steps to hire someone and it turns out to be NSNC 🥵
Like already said there is different levels of care and my Center is different then a nursing home, a CNA job is lighter duties and less to care for.
I guess things are just different now😞 Three of my CNA have worked of the Center between 22-14 year and they don’t understand NSNC neither. Any experienced CNA looking for a part-time job that doesn’t believe in NSNC can PM 😊
We are hiring as well PM me if interested
That's just part of the process. Doesn't mean it's right, but it's an ongoing issue in this industry. People aren't like they used to be about making a commitment.
I agree with pay. As a former PAS supervisor,
my main argument is if you pay well, they will come to work. People aren’t making it on $12 but to employers, that’s good CNA or caregiver pay. Wrong. That’s why turnover and NCNS’s happen. I never missed a day on purpose, working for $16 and that still wasn’t enough. Office staff forget until they have to work shifts. Then they hire just anyone to fill the hours. Paying more helps you out in the long run. Wasting hours and precious time training people for $9-12 an hour when you could do it once for $16 and have stability is a no brainer. A dollar or two increase in pricing to clients is what is needed to ensure the care you want to be provided. Times have definitely changed. If you haven’t raised your pricing to accommodate the staff working the front lines in home care, do it now. Your window is closing.
Have you tried to contact them. Maybe something could have majorly happened. With all this going on in the world i don’t see why go through all that just to not come.
This has also happened to our company, no reason at all other than the caregiver/CNA not wanting to commit and wanting something else or going in a different direction. Sometimes they don't want to say no in the hopes of making a good impression, but in the end change their minds and we end up being the ones suffering. But it is a chance we take, people are unpredictable. Sadly in the field that we are in...we cannot afford NCNS because we are dealing with peoples lives. It’s aggravating to say the least, but it happens more often that we'd hope. We need to dig deeper in our screening process, but even then you are not guaranteed success.
Thanks Mari Ybarra Florez! Mari and I have been working together for a long time on ways to benefit caregivers and we are happy to finally be taking the first step in that journey. It is our hope to increase job opportunities, caregiver resources, and pay rates.
We will post a video later this week showcasing “Care Central” and how you can start using it immediately. Thanks for all that you do!!