Care To Stay Home Caregivers

Our caregivers offer a high level of support and interaction, encouraging clients to engage in activities that stimulate thinking and promote physical well-being. This helps seniors remain engaged in life, reducing their feelings of isolation.

We meticulously screen each nursing assistant job candidate to make sure they “have what it takes” to work with our families and are licensed, bonded, and insured. Ultimately, our management team ensures that each caregiver passes the company hiring litmus test, which is,Would we feel comfortable having this potential employee care for our own mother?”

If you feel confident you can meet our high standards of care and have at least 1-2 years of experience, we encourage you to apply for an in-home senior care job in Spokane, Washington, with Care To Stay Home.

If you’re interested in careers opportunities and have questions, please feel free to call us at 509-340-1359, or send your resume to spokanejobs@caretostyahome.com, particularly if you’re interested in a caregiving position within our company. 

Dedicated Professionals

Becoming a part of the Care To Stay Home team is not easy, and that’s the way it should be. Care To Stay Home uses an indepth pre-screening and hiring process, which all prospective employees must go through prior to becoming a part of our staff.

We perform multiple background checks, reference checks, and a detailed skills assessment for each candidate. It’s how we’ve been able to build a dedicated team trained to deliver the best in home care.

Our dedicated, trusted, and compassionate in-home senior caregivers stay with us far longer than industry averages. This directly benefits our clients, who receive the finest continuity of care.

Our Team

We are always seeking qualified, caring candidates to join the Care To Stay Home family. If you have a passion for working with the elderly and have at least 1-2 years of caregiving experience, we would love to talk with you about joining the Care To Stay Home team. Click the link above or contact us for more information.

What Our Caregivers Do

As an in-home senior caregiver with Care To Stay Home, you may perform a wide range of duties, depending on your experience, skillset, and capabilities. These may include:

Specialty care 

Care To Stay Home offers a range of specialty care services, including post-surgical care, stroke recovery care, and care for clients with Parkison’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and other dementias. We also provide respite care for primary caregivers and family members. As part of your nursing job at Care To Stay Home, you may provide some or all of these services, depending on your experience, skillset, and credentials.


Care To Stay Home caregivers may provide transportation for clients to critical meetings, such as doctor’s appointments and follow-up medical visits, or rides to and from a senior center.

Companion services

Providing companionship can make a world of difference for seniors, especially those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. As a Care To Stay Home caregiver, your presence can help seniors feel more connected while enhancing their ability to maintain more independence at home, improving their quality of life.

Light housekeeping

Our in-home senior caregivers provide light housekeeping to help maintain a safe, secure, and hygienic environment for our clients. Depending on the client’s needs, housekeeping services may include light cleaning, meal preparation, and assistance with shopping and errands.

Personal care services 

As a Care To Stay Home caregiver, you’ll provide assistance with the activities of daily living (ADLs), such as bathing, medication management, toileting, dressing, eating, and exercising.

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Qualities of a Good Caregiver

We want the best for our clients, and that starts with quality caregivers. Here are some of the essential qualities we look for in an in-home senior caregiver:

  • Patience – This is perhaps the most essential quality in a caregiver. Working with elderly patients, including those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, requires patience and understanding. Caregivers must remain calm and steadfast, even in stressful situations.
  • Attentiveness – Caregivers must be attuned to the needs of those in their care. This requires active listening and responding appropriately to a senior’s needs. Paying attention to body language non-verbal cues is also important when working with clients who have Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. 
  • Communication skills – Caregivers typically communicate not only with a client and their family members, but also with doctors and other medical professionals. It’s important to be able to communicate in clear, simple terms and to keep everyone up to date on important information about clients in your care.  
  • Confidence – Being a caregiver requires the ability to work independently and take charge of situations. Caregivers who are confident while still being sensitive and culturally competent help put clients’ minds at ease.
  • Time management ability – Being an in-home caregiver often means working around a client’s schedule. You may have a limited amount of time to get many tasks completed. For this reason, it’s essential to manage your time well while still providing a high level of care.

Ready to join our care team? Explore caregiver jobs in Spokane, Washington, at Care To Stay Home.