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We help Massachusetts families and individuals find respite and paid caregivers


If you or a family member needs care, you can find someone ready to provide support in your home or community, using Rewarding Work.

Rewarding Work provides a comprehensive, up-to-date list of people who live near you, have the experience you need, and who are available to work when you need them - as well as an easy-to-use job board.

Here's how it works:

  1. Establish an account by clicking here.
  2. Search the list of available care providers and/or post a job.
  3. After you find one or more people who meet your specific needs, you can contact, interview and screen potential workers.
  4. When you find someone who meets your needs and who wants to work for you, you hire that person. Click here for hiring tips.
How much does it cost to use Rewarding Work?

Rewarding Work is free for families receiving services through MA DDS (Department of Developmental Services). For information on DDS self directed programs, click here.

If you do not receive services through DDS, Rewarding Work provides low-cost, paid subscriptions. Review our affordable subscription rates by clicking here

If you represent an agency and wish to subscribe and post ads, click here.

Please Note! Job candidates in the Rewarding Work database have NOT been screened in any way and their backgrounds have NOT been checked. It is your responsibility as an employer to check references and backgrounds of people you may hire.

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