What is a Care Guide?


A ‘Care Guide’ is a registered referral resource for CertifiedCare, the global caregiver education and certification not for profit organization that is fighting elder abuse via caregiver education.

CertifiedCare sponsors the Sweet Relief Community Action Program (SRCAP) Care Guide program which pays commission for students referred to CertifiedCare.org.

It is easy and free to become a Sweet Relief Community Action Program Care Guide to produce an ongoing revenue stream for you or your organization, help the people you touch provide better caregiving for their loved one suffering from Alzheimer’s and give those who need new job skills a convenient and inexpensive healthcare career option as a caregiver.

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A Care Guide is a person who has registered with the Sweet Relief Community Action Program to spread the word about CertifiedCare education programs and to refer new students to become CertifiedCaregivers. 

For EVERY person that uses your code when they register you (the Care Guide)  earn the following commission based on the program they purchase:

– $18 for the Family Caregiver Certification program

– $41 for the Personal Care Aide Certification package

– $68 for the Complete Certification program package (includes comprehensive Alzheimer’s and Dementia certification)

Example: When 25 people register with your Care Guide Code YOU earn $1,700.

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The Earning Potential is Limitless!

Register for your FREE Care Guide Code by September 30th and the Sweet Relief Community Action Program will be a profitable fundraising machine for you or your organization. This program provides many layers of benefits:

  • The person receives better care
  • The family caregiver learns the skills needed to provide quality care, as well as how to cope with the demands of caregiving
  • The professional caregivers, or those who wish to become professional caregivers,earn our trademarked credentials
  • Individuals who are otherwise unemployed or just looking for an additional income can earn money by spreading the word that these helpful programs are available
  • New students recruited by these individuals get a discount on their educational fees

To learn more about this timely, fundraising program and how it works visit SRaction.org for details not included in this brief letter of introduction and invitation.
I am the Executive Director of CertifiedCare, a not-for-profit organization that serves both the family and professional caregiver through education and certification programs.

I hope that you share CertifiedCare’s mission to reduce ignorance based elder abuse through educating and training millions of caregivers. I hope that you will not only get involved with the Sweet Relief Community Action Program but that you will also forward this information throughout your network.

Respectfully Yours,

Dr. Cathleen Carr

Executive Director

CertifiedCare.org

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Get professional elder care giving advice, advocacy, education and tips for those who care for and about the frail elderly at the ElderCareAdvice blog. We are generously sponsored by CertifiedCare.org. Most posts are written by Cathleen V. Carr, unless attributed otherwise. We welcome relevant submissions. Submit your article and by-line for publishing consideration (no promises!) to Havi at zvardit@yahoo.com, our own editor who will ensure submissions are given the best possible treatment and polish before publication, ensuring a professional level of publication. There is a nominal service fee involved ($45). Allow up to 30 days for publishing.
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