Companion - PRN

  • Warm Hearth @ Home
  • 2387 Wam Hearth Drive
  • Posted: Sep 21, 2018

Job Description

Warm Hearth at Home Companions provide one-on-one personal attention and emotional support to our clients. They work to supplement the attention offered by a client's family and/or facility staff. Care may be provided in WHV facilities, area facilities, or in the client's private home. While companions do not perform any health care services, the personal attention they provide is critical to the emotional well-being of our clients.


* Preferred educational background is a high school diploma or GED
* Preferred some experience in caring for the elderly
* Required: valid drivers license and proof of current auto insurance


Companion positions are PRN (as needed). Hours will vary.

About Warm Hearth at Home

By providing companion and caregiver services in a client’s home, Warm Hearth at Home helps families develop a reliable support network and can offer viable solutions to everyday problems. Warm Hearth at Home offers the additional support our clients need to maintain their current living arrangement or navigate the transition to a higher level of care when needed. Service options include care management, medication management, skilled nursing, rehabilitative therapies and home health aides.

About Warm Hearth Village

Warm Hearth was founded in 1974 by Wybe and Marietje Kroontje, Dutch immigrants who came to the U.S. after World War II. Dissatisfied with the conditions they observed in typical nursing homes of the day, and eager to give something back to the country that had given them so much, they set out to develop a community rooted in the belief that “there had to be a better way” - a place where the dignity of each individual is respected, where seniors are encouraged to live life to the fullest, and where all people are welcome.

We are a single campus, independent community situated on 220 beautiful wood acres in Blacksburg, VA. The work we do is dedicated to enriching the lives of seniors of all socio-economic backgrounds through a wide range of choices in housing, services, and care.