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In home Senior Care
Serving with Love and Grace

Companion Care for Seniors

Looking for a job that has purpose?  Make a difference in someone’s life by inquiring to become a Caregiver today! 

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Caregiver Job Description

Joyful Companions Home Care is a faith-based, family owned local company in Minneapolis, providing non-medical services for older adults.  Our companions find purpose in the meaningful work of enhancing the quality of life for seniors, persons with memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and those with disabilities. 

Caregivers quickly become a part of our supportive team environment, enjoying the flexible hours and encouraging culture.  Our regular trainings foster growth and connection.

Tasks may include:

  • Meal planning and preparation
  • Light housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Companionship
  • Transportation
  • Memory care support

We look for compassionate individuals with a heart for serving seniors and people in need.  Our services go beyond homemaking tasks to provide companionship that engages our clients, pursues their interests, and develops a friendship.  Each caregiver is thoughtfully placed with our client families to encourage a long-lasting relationship.  In turn, this provides purposeful work for our team as they make a difference in the lives of others each day!

'You have filled my heart with greater joy' -Psalm 4:7

Do you love to bring joy to others?

What our Caregivers are saying:

  • Feel seen, valued, and listened to.
  • Enjoy having flexible part time schedules.
  • Being a senior companion gives me purpose.
  • In-person and ongoing trainings, weekly emails, and thorough care plans.
  • Accessible round-the-clock support.
  • Clients are grateful and wonderful to work with.
  • Great communication, resources and support as a team of caregivers.
  • Rewarding to help seniors stay in their own homes.
  • Office staff is responsive and helpful as they care deeply about client needs.
  • Found joy in my retirement.
  • Best job I’ve ever had!

Are you ready to make a difference?

Desired Qualifications:

  • A caring heart and a passion for serving others.
  • Experience helping seniors or a loved one.
  • Experience working in a home care setting, with Alzheimer’s disease and/or dementia.
  • Reliable vehicle, valid driver’s license, and current car insurance.
  • Ability to carry up to 25 pounds, to be helpful with activities of daily living.
  • Flexibility and reliability.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Clean background and driving record.
  • A minimum of 3 strong personal/character references.

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Caregiver Reviews


Caregiving is a wonderful experience. While serving and helping others, I feel blessed to have also gained personal fulfillment and joy.

–Caregiver, Sarah C.


“Working for Joyful Companions has been so very rewarding.  Being invited into the homes of our clients and treated like a true friend has been a blessing that I hold dear.  I have always had the utmost respect for the entire staff.  Your dedication, focus and purpose is inspiring.  I say with all honesty your personal ability to identify, train and retain caregivers is extraordinary.  Every single client I have ever had the honor to serve has had nothing but praise for every caregiver they have met.  What a testimony and peace of mind for me as well!  The grace and compassion shared by your staff/caregivers unites us all.

Caregiver, Gloria F.


I have ‘worked’ with JC for 5 years. I enjoy getting up and serving seniors. Each client adds joy to my life.  As I help with a variety of tasks, I am helping them to be able to stay in their home.  As I share life with them, I believe they help me to see them not just as an older person. They have worth and value to me. The staff is always kind, gracious, a listening ear, and willing to help.”

–Caregiver, Sue D.

“This is a Christian based company but they don’t preach it, they live it.  Every employee in the office is helpful.  As I work in peoples homes it would be easy to feel like you are working alone, but that’s not the case.  The staff know the clients, the families and a lot about the aging needs in our community.  They say they are supportive but they show it with training workshops, personal recognition, appreciation events, and encouraging gift cards.  The culture is pretty unique.  They truly believe it is a privilege to be invited into someone’s life to support them in their time of need.”

–Caregiver, Connie W.

'The Joy of the Lord is Our Strength' -Nehemiah 8:10

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