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Make $200,000 a Year Working From Home Being a Host Home Provider

So how is becoming a host home provider such a lucrative profession? Well, working from home has become part of the new normal. The first taste that a lot of people got of working from home during the pandemic whetted an appetite for leaving the office behind. More people than ever before are looking for ways they can make the same money (or even better, more money) at home that they would in their normal jobs.

That’s why being a host home provider is such a great thing. This profession can see you making at least $200,000 tax-free each year. All just from working from home with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). It’s a fantastic career that has excellent financial benefits while providing an emotional connection. You also have the chance of a lifetime to help those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. All from the comfort of your own home.

What is a Host Home Provider?

Host home providers offer a crucial service to those with IDD by providing basic dignity and companionship. In addition, they offer a stable home environment so those with IDD can live with a person or family without disabilities. They are independent contractors who make a professional, tax-free income supporting those with IDD in the various ways expressed by that individual’s care plan.

A Step-By-Step Guide to Becoming a Host Home Provider

A $200,000 a year tax-free income might seem like it’s a long way away or difficult to accomplish. However, with the right tools and guides, you can go down this career path too. Starting to make a change in your community while working from home.

The recently released The Host Home Provider in Human Services, written by Tim Braimah, P.H.D., is a step-by-step guide that will walk you through each phase of the profession. It includes in-depth personal experiences from the author.

Information includes:

  • In Chapter 1- Introduction, what a host home provider does and is, Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, and personal experience.
  • Chapter 2- The benefits of it and the need for motivation.
  • Then Chapter 3 covers the steps to starting in this profession and helpful tips on what to expect in it.
  • Chapter 4- Tips to being successful in this field, including common mistakes host home providers make.
  • Chapter 5- Discussion on the importance of a human rights approach and the self-determination that can be used in this field.

The book itself is available in Kindle Edition and as a paperback through Amazon. It delves into the truth and depth of being a host home provider. It also includes everything it entails from the perspective of someone who has been there and done that.

Author, Tim Braimah

How to Make $200,000 a Year From Home

Choosing to work from home for the benefits (flexibility, being home more, time with family) doesn’t have to be a trade-off where you take a lower pay in exchange for getting the life you want. Becoming a host home provider is a fulfilling and worthwhile way to make at least $200,000 a year of tax-free income.

For more information and a step-by-step guide to starting on this career path, check out The Host Home Provider in Human Services on Kindle or Amazon.

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