Good place to work, fleixible scheduling, and decent pay.
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – August 8, 2017
Daily work depends on the client care you are assigned to but it is all fairly simple (cleaning, cooking, assisting with daily hygiene, etc.). The company trains you on the job for specialized tasks like hoyer lift, CPR, etc. While working you are on your own with the client so the job requires self-motivation. The hardest part or the part to get comfortable with is bathing and assisting with bowel movements. The best part is the flexible scheduling and working at your own pace (as long as your able to finish your daily tasks).
Work day, consisted of arranging visits for patients, entering all patient information in Home base program. Verifying insurance and doctors. Learned: to be patient and always helpful Management: Immediate supervisor very kind to others Hardest part: Not always able to help a patient due to benefits not covered Most enjoyable: Patient relations
Able to help patients
Sometime not able to help someone who needed care.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Cape Girardeau, MO – March 30, 2017
This job was very easy. You only have a few clients to look over and most of them don't require much care. Or you can do the bring your own patient program and work for someone close to you that you know and still make a lot of money.
Personal Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – December 30, 2016
Cleaning,grooming,giving medication when need I learned how to care for my patients, scheduling appointments for them, washing there clothes if they couldn't do it tereslef. Working at alliance home health care was a great job to work , helping others is what I love to do.
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – December 30, 2016
Depending on the client you work with a day at work is not too difficult. Most days include cleaning of the household, making food, bathing, etc. The work is mostly unsupervised. The work is done without other co-workers. The hardest part of the job is getting comfortable with full bathing and going through the Bowel Program. The clients are pretty nice.
Personal care worker (Former Employee) – Eagan, MN – December 4, 2016
I really enjoyed working for this company. They seemed to care about their clients and their employees. The best part of the job was the clients. I learned a lot about what elderly and handicapped citizens need.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 22, 2016
Working for his company I had the opportunity to learn more about the different types of cancer because most of my clients had cancer and I was able to take them to their chemotherapy treatments. I loved my experiences here at this company and I highly recommend them to anyone trying to get employment with the company.
Provided quality care to clients, staff members worked well with each other, well trained. Moved out of state or I would have continued working there
RN Case Manager Hospice (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – January 23, 2016
My job was home health, we covered a large area, spent a lot of time on the road, I enjoyed freedom of not being in a building 12 hours a day. Staff knowledgeable in their field of care, worked well together, helped each other when needed. I enjoyed having time to actually getting to know my patients, seeing them improve, learning new skills on how to improve their health situations.
co-workers worked well with each other, helping out as needed
Enjoyable and Supportive Environment. I enjoy what I do.
Office Manager (Current Employee) – San Ramon, CA – January 19, 2016
I have worked here for 2.5+ years. My co-workers and supervisors are enjoyable to work with work and supportive. My days have become less and less work challenging with less opportunities to expand my skill sets, knowledge and advancement. However the workload has increased due to lack of office staffing and support staff. In the beginning I was challenged with learning new software and then exploring ways to use the software more efficiently. I enjoy working in the home care field. Even though it is in a support staff position, I feel I can offer the support clinical staff need to provide the highest level of care to patient. My position is not clinical but due to the nature of the business confidentiality is essential.
Lack of Health Insurance, Pay advances, and Opportunity for Advancement.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Kansas City, KS – January 2, 2016
Go in and help resident out of bed and to toliet. After tolieting, shower, and then to recliner. Fix breakfast and lunch. Leave for break and come back to move client from chair to wheelchair and check briefs. Return to recliner and prepare dinner. Also scrub bathroom and bedroom. Sweep, mop and take out trash
Marketing Director (Current Employee) – San Ramon, CA – April 30, 2015
Visits potential new clients to establish needs and sell value of services and visits existing clients to strengthen existing client relations to maintain and grow current business Visits referral sources in the community to establish relationships and generate business Interacts with clients and/or families both on the phone and in person to determine the type and duration of services necessary to meet client needs Establishes initial client records Visits and/or contacts clients to keep abreast of client's condition and environment on a periodic basis Helps match caregiver qualifications and availability to client needs Contacts clients and caregivers for follow-up on service delivery and to determine satisfaction with services Participates in on-call rotation as assigned May work with other community resources to ensure that client needs are adequately addressed Performs other duties as assigned
Building relationships, flexible schedule and set my own meetings and making more money.
Certified Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – December 24, 2014
I have not one complaint regarding this company! I am always working and I work with women who are highly qualified in their craft. Whenever I relieve a co-worker,the client's environment is clean, the client is in good condition and I have not once witnessed an incident of negligent care. These women are not lazy by any stretch of the imagination. I love being able to interact with client's one on one and being able to have the time to assess and meet their needs. I really enjoy spending time with clients and learning of their prior accomplishments. I am never going back to working in nursing homes.
Flexible hours, the schedulers really work around your schedule
Some clients are not very nice, but you don't have to keep them if you don't wish to.