October 4, 2022 (Bradenton, FL) – Home Helpers Home Care of Bradenton announced today that they have been awarded $29,676 in Upskilling Workers grant funding through the local CareerEdge organization. This funding will support their Total Care Training Program that places the growth and development of their employees at the forefront through better training and promising career paths.
“At Home Helpers, we are committed to investing in our employees who play a critical role in supporting the healthcare needs of our community,” said Jonathan Marsh, Owner of Home Helpers Home Care of Bradenton. “The Upskilling Workers grant funding will help to support our health care heroes—who know their communities and have their trust— as they keep their neighbors safe by providing high-quality in-home caregiving services. This training will also help to further develop specialty programs for Home Helpers clients surrounding Alzheimer’s and other related dementias, and fall prevention. We are very thankful for CareerEdge and their funding organizations who have helped to support our training and internship programs.”
Home Helpers Home Care of Bradenton’s Total Care Training Program involves both local and national organizations in an effort to provide the most comprehensive home care training program of the industry. The program includes certified nursing assistant prep courses, advanced Alzheimer’s and related dementia training, cooking classes, basic life-saving techniques, leadership training, and more.
About Home Helpers Home Care of Bradenton
Home Helpers Home Care of Bradenton is a licensed, bonded, and insured in-home care agency, serving all of Manatee County, Florida. The locally-owned company is a trusted provider of quality and compassionate in-home care. Home Helpers customizes home care solutions to each customer’s unique situation for an affordable solution that keeps loved ones where they’re happiest: at home.