‘AddnAide’ Brings Flexible Hours to Part-Time Workers Interested in Helping Older Adults
Looking for Home Care jobs?
Start earning up to $15 an hour at a home care job today. What is the AddnAide home care mobile app? It’s simple: Compassionate caregivers can find flexible part-time employment helping older adults navigate daily living duties at home while moving closer to their personal goals.
Being an at-home caregiver using AddnAide is an excellent alternative to other similar part-time employment, temporary jobs, or seasonal work. Anyone who aspires to be a home care worker, wants more flexibility in their career or needs a little extra money can start earning income while helping older adults with in-home non-medical tasks.
What to expect as an at-home care helper
Sponsored by home52, a subsidiary of Council on Aging, AddnAide offers a rewarding and fun side gig that helps older adults in Hamilton and Warren counties remain independent. AddnAide offers more hours and more smiles!
With AddnAide, in-home care helpers select preferred hours, locations, and the number of clients as desired as well as which of the following non-medical tasks to perform:
- Light housekeeping
- Meal preparation
By matching user profiles, AddnAide increases the compatibility of part-time in-home care helpers and older adults, improves communication, teaches best practices for in-home non-medical care and distributes timely payments.
What you need to become a home care helper using AddnAide
AddnAide Part-Time Worker Requirements:
Our in-home care does not require special training, education or certifications. The requirements to assist with in-home care are as follows:
- Be 18 years or older
- Have access to reliable transportation
- Pass a background check
- Have an interest in part-time work in Hamilton or Warren counties
AddnAide Application Process:
AddnAide taps the efficiency of technology and the connectivity of social media. The mobile app provides a secure, convenient, and practical experience for helpers and older adults. Follow these steps to register on AddnAide:
- Download the free AddnAide app from the Google Play Store or visit home52.org
- Sign-up with a Social Security number, email address and mailing address
- Select desired tasks for in-home services, availability and distance preferences
- Add work experience and, if applicable, certifications, education and related credentials
- Connect with the older adult (or designated individual) to confirm services, hours and compensation
Fully populated profiles will likely receive more and better matches for home care jobs. Preferences and experiences can be edited anytime. Participants can also work with more than one older adult.
Older adults who need assistance review profiles and contact potential part-time in-home care helpers for further discussions. The older adult (or their designated representative) directly employs part-time in-home care helpers. Pay rates are up to $15 per hour.
Using the AddnAide App is Simple:
Council on Aging’s AddnAide app is safe and easy to use. By registering on the mobile app, in-home care helpers can quickly and safely match with older adults seeking non-medical assistance.
The two parties will discuss the terms of the work agreement, such as pay rate, duties to be performed, and hours to be worked. The app’s user interface is seamless, safe, and easy for both parties.
About Council on Aging and home52:
home52 is a wholly owned, non-profit subsidiary of the Council on Aging. With more than 50 years of experience, Council on Aging and home52 are dedicated to finding innovative ways to enhance the quality of life for older adults, people with disabilities, their families, and caregivers. Council on Aging and home52 promote choice, independence, dignity, and well-being. They do this through various services that help people remain in their homes for as long as possible.
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