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How do I put my name on a list for people looking for caregivers?

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Macbonni, you could fill out an application with a caregiving agency, and when you are hired you will be placed on their list.... that's the only list that I would know about.
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I don't know of any list here that you would put your name in.
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Care website is where I got my mom's caregiver. Give it a tryl
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