If you have experience in caregiving or nursing, and are looking for a change, you'll see that the relationships you build with your clients, colleagues and the community are different in long-term care.
The pace is different.
The focus is different.
The connection is deeper.
It's perfect for those who want to stay involved in caregiving or the health care industry and seek rewarding, ongoing relationships with those they care for.
Meaningful work in a growing profession.
In long-term care, you won't stop learning, advancing or challenging yourself profesionally. In fact, in many cases, you may have the opportunity to expand your education while you are working in a long-term care position. Skilled employees are highly sought after in long-term care and many employers will help pay for further training and development.
Progress in a field that will support you as you grow. A field ripe with possibilities and potential for upward mobility.
Go further in Long-Term Care:
Find the right Fit
When the fit is right, long-term care can be an extremely rewarding career.