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How Much Do Caregivers Make?

how much do caregivers make

At Legacy Homecare LA, our mission is to help older adults and their families manage chronic, progressive, and incurable conditions like Alzheimer’s, ALS, and Parkinson’s disease. Our team of compassionate, highly trained Care Companions provides our clients with dignity, independence, and a high quality of life – no matter what challenges they face.

Our experienced in-home caregivers serve communities throughout the greater Los Angeles area, offering families the peace of mind that comes with knowing someone understands their loved one’s condition and is ready to help with daily living activities like bathing, dressing, eating, cooking, and housekeeping. We also give the consistent companionship and mental stimulation that are so essential for people living with degenerative illnesses.

Hiring the Best of the Best

Our philosophy and values make Legacy Homecare LA a leader in the home care industry. Our founder, Jason Kidushim, started this company after seeing his beloved grandfather’s struggles with Alzheimer’s disease. He has dedicated his career to helping other families navigate the process of aging in place.

We have set an incredibly high standard of care for our company to live up to, with the unwavering goal of creating the best day, every day, for our clients, employees, and their families. We only hire the most talented caregivers – those who have heard a calling to serve older adults in our community.

How Much Do Caregivers Make?

While various internal issues typically affect caregiver salaries, Legacy Homecare LA puts our employees first, giving each team member the best benefits and salary possible. Our Care Companions are competent, capable, and represent the cream of the crop. We go to great lengths to ensure they can handle the responsibilities of 24/7 care coordination coverage, and we also do everything we can to help them thrive in their careers. That includes offering generous benefits packages and higher-than-average pay.

Additionally, our team members complete specific trainings and certifications focused on Alzheimer’s, dementia, and elder care. We live the principles of person-first care, which empowers us to tailor services to each client’s needs.

Experience the Benefits of Aging in Place With Legacy Homecare LA

Legacy Homecare LA has equipped our in-home caregivers to navigate the ins and outs of living with memory loss, coordination and mobility issues, and other concerns associated with getting older. No matter what your loved one needs, we can seamlessly adapt to their changing condition, putting your whole family at ease.

Aging in place supports your loved one’s mental well-being, self-esteem, and independence – essential qualities that allow them to stay happier and healthier, while living a longer and more fulfilling life. To learn more about how we can help you and your family have a brighter future despite a challenging diagnosis, please reach out to our team today.

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