head care giver (Former Employee) – Wichita, KS – May 11, 2016
I started taking care of this gentleman in 2015. I was in charge of ALL his daily needs. cleaning, cooking, feeding, until he was bed ridden. after that, he became less moveable and and i had to take care of his trachea, feed him through a tube, and help him with any other needs. The hardest part was learning to read his lips because he could not speak. the most enjoyable times were when we would laugh together. being bed bound, wasn't fun. he passed in April of 2016.
SELF DETERMINATION PROGRAM FISCAL AGENT (Current Employee) – Oakhurst, NJ – May 31, 2016
straight pay, no raises, but the job is easy to manage and enjoyable. a typical day includes cleaning the dishes, floors and doing laundry, preparing meals and assisting wit errands. the level of care varies with who hires you. this job is not thru an agency but rather thru insurance or welfare.
Caregiver (Current Employee) – Fraser, MI – May 4, 2016
I enjoy providing great care for my patients. I am very impressed with the management team of Fraser Agency. I am very proud of the owner as well. My co-workers are very helpful and phenomenal. The hardest part of my job is getting close to patients who pass away. The most enjoyable part of my job is building strong relationships and providing a better quality of life for my patients.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Sylva, NC – August 12, 2016
I really love a job that I feel I have a place to advance and grow. These jobs offered me that and when I had to leave I really missed them. Especially the hard work, It keep my mind busy and made the day sail by.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – June 24, 2016
Bathing , Dressing, Exercising, Grooming, Laundry, Toileting, Transfer, Housekeeping, Skincare/Hair care, Meal Preparation, Escort Shopping, Medicine, Walking Perform healthcare-related tasks, such as monitoring vital signs and medication, under the direction of registered nurses or physiotherapists
Health Aide (Former Employee) – Immokalee, FL – August 16, 2016
taking care of patience who can no longer do the basic life essentials necessary for themselves helped me gain my patience and help me to become more settle. to know that i was making a difference in someones life who felt like they had no one put a smile on my face.
Being a caregiver to an immediate family member is one of the most important and rewarding jobs that I have ever done. It gives me a chance to bond with the family member, and also spend time at home with all of my family. The hardest part of the job would most likely the pay cut, and the benefits, but these precious moments with the family can never be replaced.
Making sure the patient is safe, provided the best care.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – June 1, 2016
Working hard to get the job done in timely manner, getting alone with co-worker, Co-Operation with the supervise. making sure that job is done proper, making your job enjoyable by doing it correct and working as a team.
getting to work on time.
asking questions, to make sure job is done proper.
A typical work day is performing home care visits with 4-6 clients daily, performing duties such as; medication set up, wound care, IV site care, laboratory draws, coordination of interdisciplinary services, notification to medical providers of condition changes, health promotion and community resource acquisition.
I love my job! Every client is unique and has different individual skill needs. Working with children with special needs has taught me patience, understanding and I learn as much from these amazing kids as the learn from me!
Fun workplace, always enjoy working with elderly people.
Home Care Aide (Former Employee) – Sanford, FL – April 4, 2016
A typical day at work involved waking up my patient in the morning, helping them get dressed and then make sure they eat and take all medications needed throughout the day. Take them to any doctors or physical therapy appointments needed. Assist with all/any of patients other needs.
Learning so much valuable knowledge from my elders and hearing amazing stories of life, love and death!!
Aide (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 26, 2016
i think its the perfect anytime job. you can get full or part time hours depending. must have your own transportation. no benefits at all. i like my management but i do feel like one of the numerous amount of bodies on staff.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – September 15, 2016
I love to stay busy and I enjoy moving around. I dont mind working with a team if needed. The hardest to thing to deal with on a job is finishing too fast and having nothing else to do. I enjoy leaving the patients comfortable and satisfied.
care provider (Former Employee) – Kerman, CA – September 13, 2016
open up office in the mornings. make appointments with proper Doctor. Insurance verification pulling files for next day appointments. collected co-pays from clients, entered new patients information, prepared patient charts.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Boca Raton, FL – March 22, 2016
A typical day at work for me is making sure that whatever I sat out to do on the clock that day must get done,and more if possible. I learned how to be the best at what I do when it comes down to Home Health I love working with giatrics beacuse it's so much you could learn from them and in order to appreciate that type of occupation you have to have A passion for it. My grandmother was A nurse so I was always with her at different nursing homes and the seniors loved me then! So of course they love me even more now. There's still A lot that i have to learn but i'm so willing and driven and I learn very fast