In North Dakota, caregivers of all kinds are needed. Caregivers are key to helping many older adults and individuals with disabilities stay in their homes and communities.
Caregivers such as Qualified Service Providers, Direct Support Professionals and Behavioral Health Technicians help those in need of assistance, such as individuals who are older, have a disability or chronic illness, or cognitive impairment. Caregivers may be family members or medically trained professionals, providing a range of services such as light housekeeping, or helping with activities such as bathing and dressing, or helping manage medications. Caregivers work in a variety of settings, with most helping in an individual's home, and other residential settings in communities.
Visit the job descriptions within this section and discover which Caring Job would be best for you.