Home care will allow you to pretty much make your own schedule. It can be unpredictable as far as steady hours, since no agency will promise you set hours. Some agencies will require you to work every other holiday etc, while others will accept whatever schedule you can give them. Check around, interview with several. In most areas (even where jobs are tough to find) there is a demand for homecare CNA's.
I've worked for several different ones over the years. It's nice because it's mostly one on one and usually not very stressful at all.
Do expect the agency to pay for milage between client homes, most do, but some do not.