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Title: Junior Researcher (Position #0085856T)

Hiring Unit: Thompson School of Social Work & Public Health, Center on Aging



Dr. Treena Becker, Principal Investigator,






Christy Nishita



(Expires 6/15/22)









Caregiver - $600 Sign-on Bonus! + $300 Referral Bonus! Paid training!


No previous caregiving or caregiver Experience Needed!


As a caregiver starting out with Attention Plus Care, you have more paid training and support to advance your career in health care. Your passion for helping others and wanting to learn more is recognized and rewarded. After completing your initial training, our mentors and support team will check on your progress and readiness for more advanced training and skills development. Caregivers with more advanced skill qualifications go on to higher paying assignments. We offer flexible schedules for nursing students.


As the oldest and largest privately owned, Hawaii State Licensed and Joint Commission Accredited Home Health Agency, we are leaders in the field of home health care. This means you will work for a reputable and reliable company with great opportunities for growth. You won't find a better home care company to work with.


We offer some of the most competitive benefits in our industry to ensure that working at Attention Plus Care is rewarding and enjoyable. Depending upon your role, benefits may include:


Competitive Wages & Salaries

Paid Time Off

Paid Training

Paid Holidays




Company Matched 401(K) Funds

Financial Advising

Referral Cash Bonuses

Business-Casual Atmosphere

Ongoing Professional Development

Employee Support Services

Educational Assistance

Employee Assistance Plan





Sebastian Adam






(Expires 5/15/22)





During the Coronavirus pandemic, the HPGS Board would like to offer the following links: - to provide emotional support to caregivers with some skills enhancement and to create an interactive web-based community - from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - COVID-19 Guidance for Older Adults - Tips for family caregivers - Hawaii Aging & Disability Resource Center Covid-19 page - Hawaii Public Health Institute





Although there may be many resources in Hawaii for our elderly community, HPGS would like to offer the following that may be of interest to our members and visitors to this website.  Some are government agencies, private non-profits or educational institutions.


If anyone finds that any information has been changed or would like to offer any other resources for Hawaii's senior community, please send to HPGS Executive Director, Sherry Goya, at


AARP Hawaii

Phone:  808-545-6024

Toll free:  866-295-7282


Adult Protective Services

Phone:  808-832-5115


Aging & Disability Resource Center

Phone:  808-768-7700



Aging & Disability Issues 2021: A Guide for Hawaii’s Legislators, Organizations & Citizens


Alzheimer's Association

Phone:  808-591-2771

Toll free:  800-272-3900


Better Business Bureau

Phone:  808-536-6956


Catholic Charities Hawaii

Phone:  808-524-4673


Child & Family Services Kupuna Program

Phone:  808-543-8468


Commerce & Consumer Affairs

Phone:  808-587-3222


Department of the Attorney General

Phone: 808-586-1058


Elder Abuse Unit/Prosecutors Office

Phone:  808-768-7536


Executive Office on Aging

Phone:  808-586-0100


Hawaii SHIP

FREE DOWNLOAD: "The Memory Care Roadmap for Family Caregivers: A Guide for Families Caring for Their Loved One with Dementia" is a guide that was produced by the Hawaii Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program and the Executive Office on Aging.

Phone:  808-586-7299


Insurance Fraud Investigation Branch

Phone:  808-587-7416


Long-Term Care Ombudsman

FREE DOWNLOAD - Long-Term Care Services and Organizations in Hawaii

Contact list organized by Island


Office of Consumer Protection

Phone:  808-586-2630


Project Dana

Phone:  808-945-3736


Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP)

Phone: 808-685-7319

Toll free:800-296-9422


Social Security Administration

Phone:  800-772-1213


Society Security Office Locations


State Long-Term Care Ombudsman

Phone:  808-586-7268


UH Center on Aging

Phone:  808-956-5001


UH Kupuna Education Center (KCC)

Phone:  808-734-9108


Veteran Centers

Phone:  808-973-8387

Toll free:  877-927-8387





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