Hourly and 24 hour live-in caregivers in Cherokee, Bartow, Pickens, and surrounding areas
Our people are our greatest asset. Every BrightStar Care caregiver is here because, to them, caring is more than just a job — it’s a way of life. Helping people is their passion. It’s what makes them truly shine. Because they know that, every day, they make a real difference by bringing more to life — more laughter, more time, more comfort, more support, more peace of mind. Caring for people is not simply a career; it’s a calling. Our caregivers become a part of our clients’ lives. We provide the highest quality care to people when they are most vulnerable and need our help. We understand this. That’s why we maintain the highest hiring standards, and our caregivers are among the best in the entire industry. We make sure our clients feel comfortable and live their best. The devotion our caregivers bring is what makes us different and is the driving force behind our creativity, collaboration, and innovation. There’s nothing our compassionate care professionals won’t do to make more possible in the lives of others. At BrightStar, we go above and beyond in everything we do to not only provide a service, but to provide a higher quality of life. Learn more about our caregiver screening practices. Or, learn more about how we recognize caregiver excellence each and every year through our National Caregiver of the Year program.
Need a caregiver in Cherokee County, GA?
Call us at 770-704-0272 today to learn how your local BrightStar Care in Canton can help you find the best caregiver to meet your needs.
BrightStar Connections – Person Centered Alzheimer’s & Dementia Program, Cherokee County, GA
Pictured are an elite group of caregivers from BrightStar Care Cherokee, who have completed the extensive training in Bright Connections Alzheimer’s & Dementia Program. BrightStar Connections is the only dementia program of its kind providing dementia-specific care management and individualized consultation led by a Registered Nurse and a team of care experts trained in responding to the unique needs of those with memory loss and cognitive decline. The resources used for this training are based on national standards of the Alzheimer’s Association and the Joint Commission. We are very proud to have 6 'graduates' of this awesome program!
Pictured: (L-R) Janie Hawkins, Melissa Way, Jennifer Chabek, our former DoN, Dee Holmes, David Morris, and Monique McTeer.