May 13

Caregiver at Private/In Home


A 53 year old male with multiple sclerosis (similar to a quadriplegic) needs assistance getting ready for the day.  He needs help getting showered, dressed, occasional toileting, and eating breakfast.  Will need to be able to move him from a laying to sitting position.  Has an electric lift for all transfers. 


Looking for two hours Monday through Friday mornings and would consider adding some weekend days if that is desired. 


No caregiving experience required just a compassionate heart and willingness to learn. 


Hourly pay is up to $25 per hour. 


Location is off of C470 and Ken Caryl.

If interested please call or text Brad at (720) 289-4407.

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