At Integrity, it’s not enough for us to care about the people who work with us. Here, it’s about making Home Care better, which is why we do everything we can to help our people grow. Whether that means growing into the next job, growing from the rewards of one-on-one care, or helping others grow their potential, we are here to help our team get the most out of their calling.
Integrity is serious about redefining Home Care, which is why we invest in every person who joins us with the goal of making an impact. From evidence-based eLearning and continuing education to no-cost certifications, clinical lab simulation to field training, we believe the more you know, the more you grow.
Finding your purpose has never been easier. Search for openings to make a difference in your community.
You’ll provide one-on-one, in-home care that helps foster independence and improve quality of life for pediatric, adult and elderly clients.
Your calling is comforting clients and their families with compassionate end-of-life care. You are there to ease pain and guide them through their final days with comfort and peace of mind.
You’ll work one-on-one with clients to assess their condition and progress. You ensure they are safe, comfortable and meeting their healthcare goals.
Your forte is helping clients and their families navigate the healthcare system, find community resources and gain access to a higher level of care.
You’ll assist clients after surgery, injury or illness to regain mobility and physical strength. Your passion is ensuring safety, supporting independence and enhancing quality of life.
Your passion is helping clients find their voice by evaluating their needs and offering solutions for speech disorders or delays and difficulty swallowing.
You’ll support our field staff with innovative ideas, inspiration and direction. You like to find ways to elevate our level of impact and successful outcomes with real, actionable solutions.
You’ll mentor, teach and oversee our field staff to ensure a consistently exceptional level of care, compliance and cooperation.
In your free time, you open your heart to clients and their families in hospice care. Your passion is offering comfort, respite and companionship in their final days.
Hear about the impact that a caregiver can have on a life.
“When you’re a 25 year old young man, and you have to depend on somebody just to eat, the whole pride thing becomes tough.”
“I just need someone to help me and Integrity has been great at that.”
Sometimes it's the little things that make a big difference, and sometimes it's the big things. Here are the things that have made a difference to our Integrity family.
I lost a client about 7 mos ago, I was lucky to be in his life from day one and I was around him when he was passing. He kept calling my name. I was so sad for him, but at the same time I knew I had grown to become a part of his heart. So if you wonder if this (type of work) is worth the pain, I say YES, YES, YES it is! Because just knowing I made a positive difference in their life brings me peace.
The most rewarding thing about being a caregiver is knowing that you can be there for someone who may or may not have anyone there for them. It's the most amazing feeling in the world, other than being a mother.
It can be very scary for our patients and their families. I love knowing our team is supporting and caring for each person. It helps ease their fears. We have the opportunity to improve the quality of lives every day.