Home Care Worker Responsibilities
The Home and Escort Linkage Program (HELP) provides reliable and affordable homemaker services to Brookline residents ages 60 and over. The HELP staff recruits, screens, and supervises home care workers. The staff also assesses the needs of participants requesting service during an initial home visit. A match is then made between worker and participant on the basis of the type of work requested, rate of payment, scheduling, and other preferences.
Home Care Worker Application Process
HELP is always looking for honest and dependable workers to assist seniors with tasks at home and in the community, including driving to appointments. Hours are flexible. A higher rate is available to workers with cars. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. When work is available, applicants may be invited in for an interview. Once references and screenings are complete and the applicant has attended an orientation, he or she will be eligible for jobs through HELP.
If you are interested in becoming a Home Care Worker with HELP, please view and print the Home Care Worker Application Packet (PDF), including program information, a letter to applicants, and an application. If you would like to have an application mailed to you, please call 617-730-2752.
Completed applications can be mailed to:
Brookline Council on Aging
93 Winchester Street
Brookline, MA 02446
Information for Current HELP Home Care Workers
Many thanks for all you do for Brookline seniors from the HELP staff and the Brookline Council on Aging. Your efforts provide our seniors with affordable care and allow them to remain in their homes.
You can file your time with our Home Care Worker Time Sheet (PDF).