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Caregivers Home Care - Ithaca, NY (22 miles from Cortland, New York)
CareGivers Home Care Personal Care Aide Jobs (PCA) in Ithaca , New York Personal Care Aide Jobs (PCA) Per Diem Ithaca, NY Posted 6 days ago CareGivers Home Care Making home care a real comfort......
10 days ago
Franziska Racker Centers - Ithaca, NY (22 miles from Cortland, New York)
cleaning, shopping, meal preparation, and laundry, as well as assisting residents with feeding, bathing, and other aspects of personal care as needed. Relief Direct Support Professionals are able to...
16 days ago
Lansing, NY (19 miles from Cortland, New York)
sibilities include personal services, such as, bathing, dressing, and grooming, plus range of motion exercises. Must have experience using a Hoyer lift. Prefer applicants to live within 10 miles of La...
23 days ago

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