We hire C.N.A.s, H.H.A.s, Nursing Students as well as caregivers with extensive experience in elder care.
Our Caregivers have the following characteristics [ Characteristics of Our Caregivers PDF ]:
- Gentleness and watchfulness
- Sensitivity to non-verbal needs
- Active listening
- Proactive problem solving
- Regard for personal boundaries
- Attentiveness to the care recipient’s right to be treated with dignity and respect
You must also pass the following screening:
- Verifiable elder care experience
- Physically able to perform all home care tasks and assist clients with transferring
- Current negative TB result
- Ability to pass criminal background check and drug test
- Ability to pass a motor vehicle background check
- Valid driver’s license and car with insurance in your name
- Government issue Social Security Card
- Verifiable references (personal and employment)
- Ability to read, write, and speak English (High School or GED)
If you meet the above qualifications please complete the below two-step application process USING A COMPUTER not an Android cell or IPhone. To be considered for employment at A Way to Stay Home Care you will need to COMPLETE BOTH STEPS.
Step 1: Pre-employment Caregiver Assessment
You need to set aside time when you won’t be interrupted in order to do this Personality, Cognitive, and Attitude Assessment. It usually takes about 30 minutes to complete.
- Go to the Assessment page
- Click PARTICIPATE IN EVENT button
- Create an account by filling in your name and contact information and click CREATE AN ACCOUNT button
- Take the assessment by clicking ASSESSMENTS button, complete all parts.
Step 2: Job Application
Please complete our job application.
If you haven’t heard from us within 3 business days after completing both steps, please give us a call at 215.321.5100.
All A Way to Stay Caregivers are Insured, Bonded, and covered by Workers’ Compensation.
A Way to Stay does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ancestry, age, sex, national origin, and disability and abides by all of the provisions of Federal and State laws regarding non-discrimination including the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975