Our Employees

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We know that finding quality, home care can be challenging. Care Matters understands how hard it is to accept a stranger in your or your loved one’s home to assist with tasks that are so personal in nature. We know the level of trust and understanding necessary to feel at ease and comfortable with this new and frustrating situation. Having to relinquish any of your independence and admit you need may need help is very difficult. This is why Care Matters goes to great lengths to ensure we have selected the caregivers’ that best meets each client’s specific skill level required, and appropriately match personalities to ensure an easier transition into receiving in-home assistance.

Our CNAs (Certified Nursing Assistants) and PCA’s (Personal Care Assistants) have had a minimum of 40 hours of combined classroom & skills training with on-going in-services and training. Available up to 24 hours a day, these caregivers provide non-skilled services under the supervision of a Registered Nurse, and are committed to the compassionate, respectful care of their clients. All of our CNA’s and PCA’s perform homemaker companion services in addition to providing personal care.

Our Homemaker / Companions are non-medical individuals who have demonstrated life experience in caring for their own loved ones and others, and serve as "extended family" for the client. They may not provide hands-on personal care, but offer homemaking services, companionship, and respite for the spouse or family member caring for their loved one. These compassionate individuals are available in your home, hospital, nursing or rehab facility, assisted living facility, or retirement community up to 24 hours a day.

All of our employees undergo a comprehensive agency orientation with Care Matters administrative staff, focusing on exceptional care, service & support. New employees receive instruction in Care Matters high standards and commit themselves to following our procedures for the care they provide, and policies for working in the home. 

Employees receive continuing education & skills testing, and are CPR & First Aid Certified.

Thorough criminal, abuse & neglect, background, driving record, and reference checks have been obtained and are monitored on all employees.

Care Matters is licensed by the State of Georgia Department of Community Health under the Office of Regulatory Services Healthcare Facility Regulation Division.


Employment Opportunities

From Homemaker / Companion to CNA, office staff or administration, each team member is a valuable asset to Care Matters. That is why we hire only the best and provide a supportive work environment where we encourage our staff members to excel in everything they do. We are proud of our colleagues, and they are proud of the exceptional care, service, and support they provide our clients and their families. They also receive extensive training in Alzheimer and Dementia care to meet the special needs of those receiving elder care services.

If you possess and are committed to providing the following high standards of service expected of
Care Matters employees, then we would like to meet with you.

  • * Provides exceptional client / family care, service, and support

    * Honors client / family choices with respect and dignity

  • * Lives with compassion and empathy, honesty, an integrity

    * Maintains clear communication and expectations

    * Committed to lifelong learning and personal growth

Care Matters is accepting applications for CNA’s, PCA’s - Homemaker / Companions and Nannies.

Please submit your application on-line. Once the application is received, reviewed, and we are interested, we will call you to arrange a formal interview.