their pay is was ok although it depends on case to case. it is home health and you work in people's homes. If you are lucky you get really good family if not then you are in trouble. Management not very supportive at times.
Private Home Health Aide (Current Employee), Howe, TX – March 8, 2013
Because I work in home health care, I have never met the people at Angels of Care. Instead, they pay me through an individual so that I can assist her with the care of her special needs child.
A typical day of work is playing. I arrive to work and start playing with the child. We play board games; we play with cars; we play with colors; we play with – more... puzzles. Every thing we play and every craft we make is designed to aid him in physical and mental development. He has physical developmental delays, so we try to work as many fine motor skills as possible.
I am also responsible for aiding in potty training and dressing him. I also fix him dinner a few nights a week. – less