Care Team

A Most Noble Calling

“Life’s Most Urgent Question. What Are You Doing for Others?”
– Martin Luther King, Jr.


Choosing to serve as a caregiver is truly answering a most noble call. It means dedicating your life to the comfort and care of others. A commitment to making each day as healthy, happy, and as full of hope possible for a fellow human being.

A caregiver answers this call with the full knowledge that the work is often done behind the scenes, with privacy and discretion, and often with little fanfare. But the caregiver knows.

The caregiver knows that it is the kind word that nourishes the soul. The listening ear that builds connection. And the gentle touch that makes each day better.

The caregiver knows it is they who are missed most when they are away. The caregiver knows that without them, health would not improve, happiness would be missing, and hope diminished. The caregiver knows without the caregiver, there is no care.

At Benton House we know this too. It’s why we hold our care team in such high regard and give them such a voice in our company. Make no mistake, we believe every role has value and every person has purpose. But we do hold our care team in special esteem.

For over 25 years our dedicated care professionals have been the single biggest reason for our success. We are absolutely blessed to have some of the finest care team in history.

C.N.A./Resident Assistant/Personal Care Attendant

Inventive, Adaptive, Indispensable.

Regardless of title or responsibilities, this dedicated core of professionals is the wellspring from which all our excellence springs forth. Want proof? Ask to see the stacks of Legendary Service Awards we shower our team with each month.

Whether as group for a perfect survey score, or as an individual recognized by a family in our monthly surveys, our care team averages hundreds of awards each month. We also offer one of the most unique recognition programs in the country. Celebration and recognition for a job well done is part of our D.N.A. 

Care Team Growth and Development

Growth, Development and Promotion


Recognition is just one aspect of our commitment. We are also dedicated to growing the people who choose to serve with us.

Please know you don’t have to take on additional responsibilities to get respect in our organization. We value every individual.

However, regardless of role we want everyone to have opportunities to develop and grow. And of course, if you want to advance into higher roles of responsibility that is our goal as well.

We are very proud that nearly 10% of our team is promoted into new roles every year. We believe your growth is our collective growth. This belief has fueled our success for over 25 years.

Click the link below to see just a few of the unique opportunities we offer.

Want to know what it is like as a member of the Benton House family? Click the box below to see the hundreds and hundreds of comments from our team’s two most recent year’s Great Place to Work surveys. If you find our culture appealing–Join us and help it grow.

Want to see what makes Benton House, Garden House and Benton Village so special? Follow us on social media and watch videos from members of our team.


The winner of the December 2022 companywide Our Power is Our People drawing for a $250 gift card to pay their power bill is Nedria Coleman of Benton House of Raymore!!! Congratulations Nedria!!!

December 2 is the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery.

The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, 2 December, marks the da

The focus of this day is on eradicating contemporary forms of slavery, such as trafficking in persons, sexual exploitation, the worst ...forms of child labor, forced marriage, and the forced recruitment of children for use in armed conflict.

Slavery has evolved and manifested itself in different ways throughout history. Today some traditional forms of slavery still persist in their earlier forms, while others have been transformed into new ones. The UN human rights bodies have documented the persistence of old forms of slavery that are embedded in traditional beliefs and customs. These forms of slavery are the result of long-standing discrimination against the most vulnerable groups in societies, such as those regarded as being of low caste, tribal minorities and indigenous peoples.

CYBER MONDAY: The term first appeared in 2005 and was used by, a division of the National Retail Federation. It highlighted that, for several years in a row, online purchases reached their peaks on the first Monday after the famous US holiday, Thanksgiving.

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