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We endeavor to professionally qualify caregivers by offering over 50 different courses to help each one become most suited for the job. After completing the program, our caregivers would be able to handle clients with any kind of disorder be it Cerebral palsy, Autism, Down syndrome, FASD, Brain injury, or any other physical or mental delay. Click here to view all the courses.


The importance of presenting a well-rounded resume to a provider does not need to be elaborated. It is key to presenting yourself for a job interview. We conduct workshops to help build your resume.


When you’re with us, rest assured you in good hands. As long as you are our member we walk you through our one window turn-key operation to help you through various stages of your career. We educate you on the compassionate opportunity of earning money with the right knowledge. Once qualified, to gain experience, we try to put you on to volunteer opportunities available in your area. If you are looking to work for an agency, we guide you. If you would like to manage your own clients through the agencies, we help you identify them. We also help you get your own infrastructure to house the clients.

We help you with the logistics of identifying the right property that fits your requirement, is affordable and conducive for clients. We also help you secure the mortgage and arrange the down payment required to buy the house.


We help in networking with guardians and agencies, community access and respite opportunities or obtaining the right legal advice if required.


We believe caregiver volunteers are a blessing to the special needs community.  

Volunteering provides essential help to underserved and struggling communities, but it can also provide benefits to the volunteers as well. Getting started with volunteering early on is a great way to help others, develop skills, and meet new people. Here are some of the benefits of volunteering for the special needs community.

First and foremost, by helping others you feel good. You are making a difference in people’s lives and impacting the world in a positive way. You are also doing good for your own mental and physical health by being active, feeling happy about helping others and feeling accomplished.


Volunteer opportunities are a good way to help those individuals that don't have enough funds to hire caregivers on a regular basis but still need help with certain essential services. By volunteering you get a chance to learn about different kinds of jobs, explore your interests, and discover new possibilities as a caregiver. Caregiver Volunteers can take an area of interest they already have, like cooking and working with food, and get firsthand experience with it. These experiences can help you decide if they want to pursue that area as a career later on or realize that you don’t like it as much and want to try something else. 

Gaining valuable knowledge and skills through volunteering:  Individuals can also learn valuable knowledge and real-world skills through their volunteer opportunities. These skills can help them grow and prepare them for the workforce, and beyond. Here are some of the skills teens can learn through volunteering:

  • Leadership

  • Communication

  • Dependability

  • Dressing professionally

  • Time management

  • Self-esteem

  • Empathy

  • Long-term generosity

  • Networking

  • Problem-solving


"Volunteering is at the very core of being a human. No one has made it through life without someone else's help."

- Heather French Henry

Who is it for?

  • College/university students

  • Caregivers who are new in the industry and are looking for experience.

  • Caregivers who would generally want to give back to the community by helping individuals that need you most.

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