CNA (Former Employee) – winchester, va – October 7, 2015
The work is very easy. Typical day consists of 2 clients, this is an in home care company. Clients vary to what type of help they need. The clients are amazingly sweet, however the management is very strict and doesn't seem willing to help with problems.
Positive workplace , having sympathy for my sick aids patient.
Home Health Care Aide (Former Employee) – Blue Island, IL – August 10, 2015
I love the healthcare field, it could be challenging at some points. But I truly have a compassion for helping, and caring for the sickly people. I am here to change people lives, and to show them there are no differently from others
HHA (Current Employee) – Worcester, MA – March 8, 2015
It is a good job, is my very first job as HHA, the company give me my very first training and job opportunity, THEY ARE AWESOME* Management is good and the few co-workers that I have met are now my friends. The harder part of this job is that it is 7 days a week. The most enjoyable is that you can make your own schedule base on the client's necessities.
Provided great learning opportunities and on the job training
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Farmington Hills, Mi – January 7, 2015
It was a pleasure to be involved in my patient's care beginning with initial visit to discharge. Providing patient education to the entire family provided me with a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction for the entire process.
Program Director (Former Employee) – Kingston, PA – July 15, 2013
I found this to be a good company to work for however there was no communication or direction from corporate . They had no idea about home care and therefor were forced to close the local office. However they did keep the license and use the Hospice office to function behind the scene as home care
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – February 20, 2013
A typical day was am care to lunch dinner and pm care with med reminders through out the day. The management of my company was poor and also we were all very under paid for the hard work we all put in, but we all loved our patients to much to leave.
Certified Nursing Assistant/ Personal Companion (Former Employee) – Philadelphia P.A – August 20, 2014
a day at work is good and I can work co-operate with co-workers. I have learned that working as a team can accomplish lots of stuff in a job facility and to me there is no hard part of work u just have to put in effort
CNA (Current Employee) – Litchfield Park, AZ – May 3, 2014
sponge baths, get meds for him, grocery shop when needed, help him shave, change clothes, change depends when needed,order his food from the cafeteria where he lives and help him feed himself and turn him q 2 hours and keep him company.
A typical day at work would incorporate, my greetings to client or clients. The washing of my hands and preparing and charting of medications. Then, i would pass out meds, go and prepare breakfast. Once that was done, I would go and ensure clients are good in regards toileting and freshening up. I would then serve breakfast then, provide bed baths or showers. Dressing & grooming was then assisted with and transfers, when needed. Activities would be provided to client/clients. (cards, reading of books, music, throwing or kicking of the ball or movies). Then, lunch was prepared & served, companionship then naps if requested. last but not least, dinner & snacks were served and clients were freshened up and prepared for bed.
i had an opportunity to meet new people as well as, gain additional experience.
my checks after working long hours, would bounce occasionally. that was not good. so, i had to quit.