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Rewarding Work featured on front page of Brookline TAB

The Brookline TAB, or Wicked Local Brookline as it’s also known, recently headlined Rewarding Work on its front page. The article focused on Rewarding Work’s successful online Job Board and featured photos of Rewarding Work president, Elenore Parker, and her son, Matthew.

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Rewarding Work’s New Job Board Approaches 2,000 Postings

Non-profit Rewarding Work Resources of Brookline ( launched an automated Job Board less than a year ago to improve the way elders and individuals of all ages with disabilities hire in-home caregivers. Since then, nearly 2,000 job openings have been posted free of charge – highlighting the growing need for in-home caregivers, such as personal care and respite workers.

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The Boston Globe profiles Rewarding Work

The Boston Globe recently interviewed Elenore Parker of Brookline and Jeffrey Keilson of Ashland, co-founders of Rewarding Work Resources, the non-profit organization that created and manages the Rewarding Work family of matching service directories

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Jeffrey Keilson chosen by AG to Disability Rights Committee

Jeff Keilson, co-founder and vice president of Rewarding Work Resources, has been chosen by Attorney General Maura Healey to serve on her Disability Rights Advisory Committee.

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An accident changed everything!

The lives of the Makris family of Chelmsford, MA, were upended one hot July night in 2011, when Steven was involved in a hit-and-run accident.

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Belchertown Resident Irina Ukrainets Profiled for her Work as PCA

The Daily Hampshire Gazette recently profiled Ukrainets, a Paul Kahn Award winner for her outstanding work as a Personal Care Assistant (PCA) for consumer Harriet Lee Vageline.

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Meet Cindy Purcell, new member of the Mass. PCA Workforce Council

The PCA Workforce Council, which uses citizen engagement to strengthen the PCA (personal care attendant) program in Massachusetts, recently appointed Cindy Purcell of Rutland, MA, to a three year term. As a consumer in the MassHealth PCA program, as well as a new member of the PCA Workforce Council, Cindy hopes to use her position on the Council to further improve the job outlook for PCAs.  Personal care attendants make it possible for individuals with disabilities and elders to remain living at home. Cindy has used PCAs for the last 34 years.

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Anne Johansen New Member of PCA Workforce Council Advocates for Independent Living

Quincy, MA resident Anne Johansen was recently appointed to a three-year term on the Massachusetts PCA Workforce Council. As a consumer in the MassHealth PCA program, as well as a new member of the PCA Workforce Council, Anne is emphatic in her support for PCA workers and their rights. She says, “Workers need to have a good job in order for us to have a good workforce.”

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Rewarding Work Directory Solves Care-giving Dilemmas for Children with Disabilities

Inviting a new person into your home to care for you or a family member is a far more personal matter than asking someone to clean your home or do carpentry.  And searching for someone to care for a vulnerable child with a disability, who has difficulty communicating, is even more daunting.  Cassandra Z of Whitman solved this challenge through the RewardingWork directory. 



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Consumers and their families may now post job openings directly on our online directory. Only workers registered with us will be able to respond, and your personal information remains confidential. Job applicants do not contact you directly; responses to your ad are forwarded to you through a secure mailbox system operated by Rewarding Work. Click here for more information.


Did you know about Massachusetts CORIs?

After you have identified, interviewed and checked references on a PCA and are now prepared to offer employment, did you know you can conduct a CORI on that person for free?

If you or a family member are 60-years of age or over or are "wholly or partially dependent on others to meet your daily living needs," you may request Massachusetts Criminal History Information on the worker you wish to hire. There is no fee assessed for requests submitted for this purpose. You and your prospective PCA will need to sign and notarize a request form.

Massachusetts CORIs do not provide national criminal information. Information provided covers only a person's Massachusetts criminal history. For additional information contact the Massachusetts Criminal History Systems Board at 617-660-4600 or download an online form.

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