Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Waco, TX – June 13, 2017
If u enjoy helping elderly people this is a ok place to work. Do not give their Comcast card so you take your own money out. It's hard getting a whole two managers to ask question. I don't have overtime benefits they don't have holiday pay
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Circleville, OH – May 30, 2017
They swung me from 4 hours a week to 80 a week, didn't pay overtime after working over 40 hours a week, guilt tripped me into taking on more hours than I wanted. Had a pay freeze for over3 years (some of the girls that had been there twice as long as me made LESS than my start pay by as much as $1 per hour). They don't pay milage, cpr training(every 2 years), background checks(every 5 years), or first aide training(every 2 years) that they require.
Licensed Vocational Nurse (Current Employee) – Covina, CA – May 28, 2017
My day always is on time others are relying on me. I have learned with TPC I make a difference in the client's life as their family. I have worked with utilization management, social workers, respit care, pharmacy and the RN who I can count on for any concerns that rarely happened. The hardest part of my job is the closeness and the trust then at any time it and be the last. The most enjoyable part is being able to build the trust of the family members especially the PCG and see that they can have hours away from the patient and not worry because they know I will the best care for their loved ones, building trust and report is of the utmost. Management reminding me to stay true to my scheduled hours work never ends.
the little kids (cousins, nieces) they make my day
Home Health Caregiver (Former Employee) – Casa Grande, AZ – May 24, 2017
• In home elder care, personal care, cooking, transport, and hoyer lift, • Experience with wound care and use of many medical supplies including a wound vac • Bed bound patient care, bathing, and insuring patients take medications supervised • Experience with dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and patients with depression
They do hire well and have people that truly care about patient care.My only concern is that when I worked there the management company. However, I believe they have changed ownership now and might be on the right track.
Staffing Coordinator (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – May 16, 2017
Truly a unique experience. Working with family to get the perfect person to care for their love one takes patients and interpersonal skills to make sure the correct person is staffed with the right client.
working with family and clients
getting to know someon well and having to see them pass.
Sale Associate (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 9, 2017
My mornings consisted of logging and handing out daily medication to patient, and performing daily activities such as exercise, baths, accompanying patients to there doctor visits. Other activities were performed along with other things such as; walking dogs, and cleaning up household.
Gave me my first experience in the health care system
Accent Care home health (Former Employee) – Medford, OR – May 6, 2017
No up to date education provided for nurses. management is mainly concerned about billable hours and not so much about keeping nurses up to date. They require you to work at least 10 hours daily and many days are more than that. If you have a family then it makes it difficult.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – March 22, 2017
I worked for them 8 years with no complaint of the money I was making. At the end of it I wasn't receiving raises at all even though I was certified, the company would change supervisor's without telling you. There was a time we didn't get paid for 3 months no complaining. I was fired with no pay after working a whole month it was just a disaster, after I gave all those years devoting my time and energy.
HHA (Former Employee) – Bronxdale, NY – March 14, 2017
Accent care could be a better agency only if they was to give more hours. You working 4 sometimes 3 hours a day for 3 days a week smh. The good thing they pay alil more then others but at the same time you still don't see the money due to not enough work.aleast 8 hours a day
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 6, 2017
I have been with the company awhile and have had many problems with them. I am working as a CNA and going to school, while they said they were going to give me time for both they schedule me with 24 hour care patients and leave me with them with on one to come take over for me. Communicating with management is a nightmare they say they will get back to me either on the status of a client or when the person relieving me is going to get there and i have to call several times to get a response. It is unprofessional to treat not only me but the clients like this and reflects poorly on the company and the next caregiver or CNA. I have really enjoyed working with the clients i have had and they have requested me back and i never get sent back to the same house more than twice. When they are sending us to a new place they don't really give us anything to do with the client or much info on them, it is very basic info and doesn't help me with client care. Most of the clients don't know what to do and feel like they are wasting both of our time because we end up sitting in front of the tv all day with no ideas of what to do. When you are working they tell you not to eat with the clients and you kind of sit there it makes both you and the client feel awkward, some of the facilities will give you food in the break rooms but other than that they don't tell you when were or how to get food. They over work you and don't pay overtime for working a double shift, they have to work 0700- 1500 and then a shift at 1700-2100 and expect you to work again at 0700 the next day. I 100% do not recommendmore... this position unless you are desperate for money.less