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Looking to give back? Interested in helping those most in need while starting a career in healthcare? Caregiving needs you! A Caregiver must be eager to offer a friendly, kind and supportive hand while enriching the lives of the individuals who they care for. No experience necessary and individuals from all industries are encouraged to apply.  Caregivers may work in a resident’s home or a non-residential care facility.  Duties, under the direction of administrative or clinical staff, include keeping house (making beds, doing laundry, washing dishes, assisting with bathing needs) and preparing meals. To perform this job successfully, Caregivers must be able to interact with the resident, their family and other members of their care team in a professional and courteous manner.  Ensuring the  Care, Comfort, and Happiness of a resident is the goal of good Caregiving.

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State of Oregon Licenses and Education


No statewide license is required for this occupation.

Schools & Training Providers

Equus Introduction to Healthcare Course Medford and Grants Pass Email Equus Workforce Solutions to ask for more information
WorkSource Rogue Valley Medford and Grants Pass Email WorkSource Valley more information on Caregiver Training Scholarships
Project Youth Plus (PY+) ages 17 – 24 Medford and Grants Pass Email Project Youth Plus for more information on Caregiver Trainings

View a Calendar of Other Local Trainings.

For training information including possible financial support, contact your local WorkSource Rogue Valley Work Center (Jackson and Josephine Counties).

Call: Jackson County 541-734-7533 or Josephine County 541-471-3811

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