We pride ourselves on making sure that you get the care you deserve!

Hope & Fonder offers outstanding careers in elderly care throughout Maryland and the greater DC communities; Montgomery, Prince Georges, Howard, Frederick, Carroll, Baltimore and Baltimore County.

See below if looking for an opportunity to serve.


Our care associates are highly skilled, compassionate, respectful, dependable and always professional. If you have what it takes to be a care giver and are looking for placement, browse our available job openings and submit your resume below to see if we are a good fit for you.


Registered Nurse

To become one of our home health registered nurses, you must have the basic skills and knowledge in providing a comprehensive assessment of the patient. You have to develop a plan of care under the supervision of the patient’s private physician together with the other members of the healthcare team. You must hold an unencumbered RN license. Home-health care experience is preferred, but we can train you and help you grow your career if you’re able to show a willingness to succeed.

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

To be a Licensed Practical Nurse, you must have a complete accredited practical nursing program. You must be armed with the general knowledge of medical and nursing care such as vital signs monitoring and catheter inserting. Apart from these roles, you have to ensure the comforts of the patients by assisting them with bathing and dressing, discussing health-related concerns, and reporting the status of care progress to registered nurses and doctors.

Certified Nursing Assistant

A Certified Nursing Assistant helps the patients with their healthcare needs under the demands and instructions of a Registered Nurse (RN) or a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). Also referred to as a Nursing Assistant.

Home Health Aide

A Certified Home Health Aide must show competency in delivering the care to the patients. Our aides work closely and are supervised by our RNs. To become one of our CHHA, you must be eligible to provide services such as medication reminders, light household tasks, personal hygiene care, ambulation, meal preparation, incontinent care, and companionship.

Companion/Personal Care Assistant

Companionship is the kind of service that must be delivered with warmth and tender care. Apart from being a caregiver, a companion care provider should be willing to assist and go with the client’s important appointments.


    Requirements for hire

    In order to be added to our registry you will need;

    Experience of 1-2 years minimum
    Up to date resume
    2 professional references
    Current physical and PPD
    Current CPR/First Aid and AED
    Professional Licenses and Certification
    Valid I.D/DL
    Work authorization documents
    Background check
    Successful in-person interview
    Attend all in-service training