Join the KARE Revolution! Our mission is to transform caregivers and nurses like you into KARE Heroes who can save the day by responding to the call from senior care communities. Become part of the KARE HERO Community and find the support you need to get started and stay booked.
What is KARE?
KARE is an app that connects caregivers with senior living communities in need of support.
DOWNLOAD KARE AND START EARNING TODAY!
Earn extra income using the license you already have. Control your own schedule and work when you want! Access to potential new employers! – no contracts or long-term commitments. Find your next permanent position with the KARE app. Unlike an agency, if one of our client communities wants to hire you, we don’t charge anything. In fact, many of our Heroes use our KARE app to find their next permanent position! Work in any state in which you are licensed!
3 Simple Steps to Get Started:
Download the app Complete a quick interview with the KARE Team Get verified and start working!
Some of the fun benefits you will receive by being a HERO include:
HERO Real Time Pay™ - Get paid immediately once your shift is verified Sidekick Referral Program – Refer your friends and get paid for shifts they work! KARE HERO Perks – Expenses tracker, free NAHCA membership, bonus opportunities + more!
What's it like to work with KARE? Some typical responsibilities include:
Provide residents with medication administration and treatment assistance and services according to the health care provider's orders. Supervise residents who self-administer medication while following community and regulatory guidelines. Report any changes in residents' physical condition and/or behaviors. Maintain resident records regarding medication distribution, leisure activities, incidents and observations. Provide assistance as needed with medication reminders, bathing, grooming, dressing, escort service, and other activities of daily living. Follow the schedule of resident's needs set out by supervisor. Provide emotional and social support to residents. Inform supervisor of any resident issues or concerns. Strive to maintain a safe working environment through the prevention of accidents, the preservation of equipment, and the achievement of safe working practices. Maintain a positive and professional demeanor toward residents, visitors, families, and co-workers.
Qualifications/Skills/Educational Requirements Requires a CMT license. Ability to lift at least 51 lbs on a regular basis and ability to help residents who require physical assistance. Fluently read, write, speak, and understand the English language. May require experience with caring for residents with memory impairment if assigned to memory care areas of a community.
Last updated on Jul 7, 2021