Aide Support

“It has been a pleasure working for COHME  Inc. for the past five years. They have  done so much for me. I have only good  things to say about my employer.”

Social Services for Aides

Most home care agencies undergo high attrition—an average of up to 65% each year. At COHME, we retain 74% of our health aides from year to year. This number supports the basis of our philosophy and founding mission: that happier, supported aides provide superior and sustainable care.

We get to know our aides personally—not just as our workers but as our clients, too. We understand that a more stable, satisfied, and dedicated staff leads to even better care for our clients. A social-work career specialist on staff is an advocate for COHME’s caregivers. She helps the aides with practical problems and needs, as well as serving as a resource for furthering their education and career advancement.


Join our ranks—and see why our aides keep smiling! 

Apply Here >

Become an Aide

We’ll try to accommodate your logistical challenges and support your overall success. This might include reworking a schedule, or giving you the day off, as needed. We encourage you to seek programs and services that enhance work and life, or provide more education and training. Apply Here >

Other benefits

  • Pension Plan available

  • Disability, Accident and Life Insurance Benefits are available. COHME covers premium for staff who work
    2 years or more.

  • Carol Kamine Brown Scholarship Fund provides scholarship money for training, education, and career advancement.

  • Social work services with referrals for community
    resources and entitlements.

  • Training on Dementia Care that staff can make use throughout their careers provided.

Driven by our strong social mission, we support comfort and flexibility—not a bottom line. Get in touch with COHME and explore how we care for our caregivers >

Sample Quarterly
Staff Training 

1. Understanding and Caring for Clients with Incontinence2. Preventing and Caring for Clients with Bedsores3. Transfer Techniques4. Dementia / Alzheimer’s Disease: Communication and Handling Challenging Behaviors 1. Mandatory In-service Topic: Hygiene and Universal Precautions / Infection Control in the Home Setting2. Geriatrician Perspective on Dementia 1. Safety Precautions and Falls Prevention2. Permissible and Non-Permissible Medication Administration Tasks3. Dealing with Burn-out/Stress/ Compassion Fatigue 1. Transfer Techniques and Hoyer Lifts2. Managing Depression: Signs and Symptoms3. Emergency Preparedness4. First Aid5. Patient Bill of Rights and Responsibilities6. Complaint Process7. Advance Directives/DNR