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We carefully select our caregivers to find the most compassionate and experienced people. Each one of our caregivers is someone that we would trust with our own loved ones.
Finding the right caregiver requires more than simply matching your needs with the skills of a qualified individual. Our goal is to place one or more caregivers in your home that you and your family can develop a personal bond with. That’s why we give all of our clients the opportunity to meet with more than one caregiver during the planning stages when necessary.

Our Caregivers

We employ a very selective screening process for our caregivers and only hire the most qualified people who we would want to take care of our own loved ones in need.

We are one of few elite agencies that has been accredited by the Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts (HCA); recognized for having high operational and quality standards including fair employment practices, caregiver background screening, training and supervision, insurance coverage, and compliance with all applicable federal, state & local laws.

Embody integrity, compassion, and kindness
Hold all of the necessary certifications and licenses
Have outstanding references
Undergo a criminal background investigation (CORI)
Participate in educational programs, training and review sessions offered by Ezra Home Care

Join Our Team of Caregivers. Make a difference!

Why Work with Ezra Home Care?

  • Flexibility—we work to meet the scheduling needs of both our staff and clients
  • Competitive salary and benefit program
  • Integrity—you’ll get to work with like-minded individuals, people who provide care with pride, and a company that encourages your ideals
  • Recognition and incentive program for exceptional performance

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