Senior Helpers: Caring, Compassionate Helpers Wanted

By on August 31, 2016

Senior Helpers: Caring, Compassionate Helpers Wanted 

Have you ever thought about doing something to help others? Are you a caring and compassionate person? Would you like to make a difference in the lives of others?

You might be just the kind of person to be a senior helper with Senior Helpers.

With so many older persons opting to stay in their homes as they age, there is a need for helpers to make that possible. Senior Helpers provides care and comfort at a moment’s notice, so that seniors can stay in their homes as long as possible and their families have peace of mind, especially if they don’t live in the area.

Senior Helpers is not nursing care. It’s home care that helps seniors with essential tasks, like meal preparation, housekeeping tasks and chores, transportation and running errands,  personal care and help with activities of daily living, such as dressing, bathing, getting in and out of bed and using the toilet, and skilled home health care services.

If you are a teacher, bus driver, school employee, recent retiree, college student, empty nest mom, or anyone who is looking for a job that really helps others, being a Senior Helper might be ideal for you. You can work part-time or full-time, on a schedule that is based on the needs of the seniors.

It’s a great way to earn extra money, while making a difference in the lives of others. Maybe you like to cook. Maybe you enjoy shopping. Maybe you would feel satisfaction in helping a senior with vision problems by reading to her. Maybe you would fill fulfilled to see a big, warm smile when you arrive at the home of a senior who may be feeling lonely.

Even if you have never done this before, Senior Helpers provides a variety of hours options, and training is provided. If you are a kind and patient person, who is dependable, you may want to consider being a Senior Helper.

There is great demand for caring individuals like you. Today, one in four American families is already involved to some degree in the care of an elderly person. Since most older adults prefer to stay in their own homes, rather than move to a nursing home or other senior living facility, home care can be a real life saver for the older adult and family caregivers.

You can have a rewarding career with Senior Helpers that offers a competitive hourly wage, flexible hours and clients within 30 minutes of your home, workers compensation and liability insurance, a 401K retirement plan, continuing education and training programs, paid Senior Gems and Parkinson’s Care Training Program and a Recognition and Reward Program. All you need is a caring heart and a willingness to help others (oh, yes, and a driver’s license and a reliable car.)

Are you ready to do something that really matters? Call Senior Helpers today  at 717-738-0588 or apply online at


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