Best of Care professionals receive quality training with CareAcademy
Thanks to our partnership with CareAcademy, Best of Care’s professional caregivers complete their training requirements on their own time and schedules.
As growing numbers of older people require care in a variety of settings, home health aides play some of the most important roles in healthcare today.
Best of Care is a state-of-the-art home care company because we recruit and support top-notch professionals who truly care for our clients. Employment opportunities include both hands-on and supervisory positions for home health aides, certified nursing assistants, and homemaker-companions. We also seek non-clinical employees with organizational, logistics and outreach skills to fill scheduling coordinator positions.
Best of Care’s employees work in teams to maintain the highest quality standards for our clients and their families. We support your career advancement through supportive home care aide training.
Best of Care partners with Quincy College for Non-Credit Home Health Aide Training Program
In addition to Best of Care’s partnership with the Quincy College in Massachusetts, home health aide non-credit training program, The American Red Cross and Catholic Charities in Brockton and South Boston offer home health aide and nurse assistant training programs. Those who complete these programs, receive their certification and pass Best of Care’s internal exam are eligible for consideration as home health aides.
Home Health Aide Positions (require professional certification)
Provide assistance in and out of a bathroom and with toileting
Provide assistance with ambulation and transfers
Implement physical therapy and exercise programs
Light housekeeping and laundry
Take and monitor clients’ vital signs
Homemaker Positions (does not require certification)
Shopping and errands
Minor personal care
Note: We prefer applicants with cars.
Hear from Allie Boyd a Home Health Aide at Best of Care who talks about helping clients and the impact it makes on the individuals she serves.