Comfort Keepers® of Roswell

1410 S Main St, Roswell, New Mexico

Next Phase, Inc.

(575) 624-9999

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Have you ever given any thought to working as a caregiver for people in their own homes? The rewarding and honorable work of providing care for others can have a positive impact on the lives of a large number of elderly people. You may be an outstanding candidate for employment with Comfort Keepers in Roswell if you have a big heart and want to help those in need.

At Comfort Keepers, we place a high premium on expertise and effectiveness, yet we also embrace characteristics such as kindness and devotion, and we reward our staff for the hard work they put in by providing them with advantages like a competitive salary and paid time off. When new members of our staff join our team, we immediately recognize their value to our organization and look forward to welcoming them into our family. We put in a lot of effort to cultivate a compassionate working environment because we are well aware of the effect that our job has on our clients and the families of those clients.

What Exactly Does One Need to Do to Fill the Role of a Caregiver?

Caregivers are hired hands who help those who can no longer do things on their own because of an illness, an injury, or a disability, either temporarily or permanently. Caregivers also provide comfort to those they assist. In addition to assisting their clients with day-to-day activities and monitoring their overall health, caregivers are responsible for a wide variety of extra responsibilities, which can take place either within or outside of the patient's home. Caregivers can help their clients remember to take their prescriptions at the right times, but they can also do the following things for the people in their care:

  • Communicating with medical professionals, the client's relatives, as well as the client in a way that is both clear and effective 

  • For those who have trouble moving around or taking care of themselves on their own, assistance with bathing or washing, dressing, and basic grooming is provided 

  • Providing clients with transportation to their scheduled doctor's appointments

  • Cleaning the house and taking care of other basic responsibilities while also making and eating meals with the client

At Comfort Keepers, we take a whole-person approach to caring for our clients, and our caregivers' main goal is to make sure that our clients have the best day possible. In spite of the fact that this may appear to be a large umbrella covering a wide range of potential responsibilities, providing in-home care is about setting up routines for the client to follow as much as it is about anything else. High-quality in-home care is provided by our caregivers with the goal of enabling our clients to continue living in the environment in which they have the greatest sense of comfort and safety: in their own homes.

How is Caregiving Projected to Evolve?

The in-home care industry is expanding at a rapid pace. The market for live-in caregivers is expected to expand by 38% over the course of the next five years, while the incomes of live-in caregivers have increased by 26% over the same time period. Some people try to improve their chances of finding work by accepting positions in the senior care industry, such as those that require them to provide 24-hour care to clients. Some of these same people who work in the caregiving industry find their jobs to be so gratifying that they feel compelled to climb the professional ladder. This gives students more reason to look for jobs as certified nursing assistants (CNAs), which are in high demand right now. Our caregivers have the opportunity to grow professionally and become the best versions of themselves because Comfort Keepers gives them the opportunity to learn new skills on a consistent basis and gives them the ability to develop professionally.

The number of people who need care at home is rising quickly, which will have a big effect on how medical services are provided in the United States in the years to come. As long as scientific and medical advancements continue to make it possible for individuals to live longer lives, and as long as COVID and other debilitating, chronic diseases like cancer and heart disease continue to grow, the healthcare system will continue to be understaffed and overworked. Because of this, there will always be opportunities available in the healthcare field, such as jobs for full-time and part-time certified nursing assistants, positions for private-duty nurses, and jobs for in-home caregivers.

As the baby boomer generation continues to age over the next few decades, the number of people in their senior years will continue to climb dramatically. This trend is expected to continue. As they get older, these elderly people will, of course, have increased needs for care and attention. With these numbers and the fact that over 30% of America's rural hospitals are set to close soon, it's easy to see how a job in in-home care could be a reliable and potentially gainful alternative. There is a big need for caregivers at every level of care; consider whether you are the kind of person who is compassionate and empathetic and can fill that need.

What are Some of the Qualities that Define a Trustworthy Caregiver?

People whose jobs involve giving in-home care often have a lot of responsibilities that cover a wide range of activities. Because of this, it can be hard to say which trait is most important for a caregiver to have in order to do their job well. Together with the rest of our team, we like to think of our caregivers as dynamic change agents who are responsible for bringing about positive and lasting change. This is how we want to think of them at Comfort Keepers.

Caregiving can be mentally and physically taxing. It requires the same amount of mental effort as physical effort in order to keep track of the different clients and their various needs. You will be responsible for making sure that your client has the tools they need to interact with the outside world every day, and it will be your job to make them as comfortable doing so as possible. Even simple activities of daily living, like showering, bathing, and daily grooming, can be hard for elderly clients.

In addition to this, you may lend a hand with some basic housekeeping responsibilities or have a talk with a member of the family about an issue that needs to be resolved. In the event that the client has to pick up some ingredients for a meal that they want to make, you will accompany them to the supermarket in order to do so, and you will offer assistance in assembling and cooking it if they require it. You will accompany them on outings like going for a stroll in the park if they want to get some fresh air or going to a restaurant or coffee shop, and you will continue to provide support and companionship for them while you are there. Their level of happiness is directly proportional to the amount of time you spend with them and the degree to which you are willing to assist them. If you want to make sure that they are happy no matter what you do, make sure that you always use their names and treat them with the courtesy and respect that they are due. The ability to communicate is an essential part of training the elderly since it helps them keep their composure in stressful situations.

How the meals are made is a great example of how close the caregiver and client are to each other. Not only do caregivers prepare meals for their clients, but they also often eat with or cook for the people they care for. Several clients have said that they feel closest to their caregivers when they talk about various things while waiting for their dinner to finish cooking.

What Does a Typical Day Look Like for Someone Who Provides Care for Others?

The field of providing care has a lot to offer in the way of advantages and benefits. This sector has the potential to experience a substantial increase in the not-too-distant future, and it also provides the opportunity to earn a living that is satisfactory. At Comfort Keepers, it all boils down to respect: we value our personnel and want them to know it so that they can concentrate on producing high-quality work for our company. As a direct consequence of this fact, we offer more than just pay that is comparable to other offerings on the market. A working relationship with our company comes with a number of additional benefits, including the following:

  • Employee Retirement Plan (401K)

  • Health Insurance, including Dental and Vision coverage.

  • Benefits, such as Paid Time Off, Holiday Pay, and reimbursement for transportation.

What are People Saying About Working with Comfort Keepers?

Even though it would be simple for us to go into great depth on the virtues of working in the in-home care industry, we are equally content to let others speak for us. For example, other professionals in our field have noticed and praised how hard we have worked to reach our goal of providing the highest quality in-home care services. 

In the last two years, Newsweek's research under the title "America's Finest Customer Service" has shown that our customer service is better than that of any other in-home care provider. Peer reviews such as this one serve to confirm the validity and importance of our mission, which is to improve the emotional well-being of our clients as a direct result of the important work that we do.

Awards are fantastic ways to show thanks, but they do not provide a comprehensive view of what we have to offer. Comfort Keepers is looking to find qualified people to fill these positions as soon as possible because caregivers have such a big impact on our client’s lives and the lives of their families. Because we work so hard to preserve our status as leaders in the business and provide our customers with high-quality services, we take extra precautions during the hiring, training, and screening processes of each and every one of our caregivers. Because we appreciate how important they are to our overall success, we treat them with the utmost respect and care. Since the company's founding more than two decades ago, Comfort Keepers has made it one of their top priorities to ensure that their customers enjoy beautiful days ahead. At the end of the day, happy days lead to happy lives.

Due to the fact that we are insured, the majority of our customers have told us that they have no concerns about choosing Comfort Keepers to take care of their elderly or disabled family members. Others have told us that they will always be grateful to us for making the lives of their elderly relatives happier and more peaceful, as well as for the supervisory help we gave them that made their lives so much easier. Many people also say that our services are orders of magnitude better than those of nursing homes.

There are a lot of testimonials, but I think one of our customers expressed it best when she remarked that in addition to being on time and neat, our caregivers also help out wherever and whenever it is needed. 

However, even when we do lose our caregivers and clients, they typically sing the praises of Comfort Keepers, which is something we are very proud of. When asked about their experiences working for our company, far more often than not, our alums who have taken the time to evaluate their time here on job-hunting websites such as Indeed have nothing but positive things to say about our company.

The fact that our team at Comfort Keepers is kind and caring toward all our caregivers and clients, and is touted as a great place to work is one of the most important things about our company.

We show this care and concern for our staff in a number of ways, like granting a requested change in your work schedule or the chance to take the weekend off. Our goals and the approaches we take to achieve them are entirely congruent with one another. We are kind and helpful to our caregivers because we know they will be kind and helpful to their clients.

Are You Ready to Work In an Industry Devoted to Caring for Others?

Those who are able to guide others emotionally as well as physically are the ones who make the most effective caregivers. Even when they are in tough situations at work, they keep their cool and build strong relationships with their clients. If you have these qualities and are looking for a job that will make you happy and make you money, you might want to think about working in the in-home care sector as a caregiver with Comfort Keepers. If you take on a caregiving job at our Roswell facility, you'll be able to fully immerse yourself in our friendly and caring environment. We'd love to have you! Please don't hesitate to contact us at (575) 624-9999 if you have any questions about how to start working in this highly rewarding industry.