Family Caregiver

Interested in becoming a family caregiver?

A family caregiver may be a mother, father, brother, or sister who is paid through an agency to provide daily supports to their adult family member with intellectual or developmental disabilities. This option gives individuals in services the choice to continue living at home where they are comfortable with family members who can continue to support their needs.  

Our Family Caregivers

  • Offer support with personal hygiene, appropriate dress, proper nutrition, in-depth therapy, goal-setting, decision-making, recreational activities, and the hundreds of other supports that they do without even realizing it. 
  • Work well with a team of professionals and value communication from their agency. 
  • Must complete and pass criminal, CAPS, and motor vehicle background check. 
  • Must complete training for Medication Administration, CPR, and First Aid at a minimum with others to follow. 
  • Must be at least 21 years old. 

Our Family Caregivers are independent contractors and are not eligible for benefits.
Please reach out today to start learning how Overture can cater a program that is right for you and your loved one.