Senior Home Care (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – December 1, 2016
First position in a new state. Well run Home Care agency. Good learning experience dealing with somewhat different guidelines. Pleasant staff and coworkers. Travel was more than I was accustomed to in previous positions.
Direct Care Worker (Current Employee) – Royal Oak, MI – January 15, 2017
You are responsible for caring for individuals with mental disabilities. You must be trained in CPR First Aid. You are responsible for passing medications on each shift. You are also responsible for transporting to and from work shop as well as doctors appointments...etc
Home Care (Current Employee) – New York, NY – September 6, 2016
A typical day at work consists of supervising client in their homes ensuring they work on their goal to complete. I have learned to be patient as well as knowledge of certain disabilities. Co-workers are very helpful when it comes to meetings at Manhattan office, they help you by answering questions. In my case I honestly can say I never encounter a hard time during my years at the company. The company has always informed me about any changes and as well give raises without even asking. They look out for the client as well for their employees.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – December 13, 2016
Working for the Baltimore School of Massage was one of the greatest learning experiences I could have been involved in. I was subjected to the ins and outs of what it will take to continue my career as a massage therapist, in a comfortable and enjoyable setting.
Coordinator/ Clinical Social Worker (Current Employee) – Puerto Rico – January 25, 2017
Start the day programing to wich town i will be working. The day required to speek with diferent kind of people. I give orientation to diferent peoples also groups. I visit different towns during mi hours of labor.
Supports patients by providing service housekeeping and laundry and other household requirements,preparing and serving snacks,running errands.Assists
Assist clients (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 6, 2016
Supports patients by providing service housekeeping and laundry and other household requirements,preparing and serving snacks,running errands.Assists patients by providing personal services,such as,bathing,dressing,and groomong.
Positioning the resident (Former Employee) – Margate, FL – February 1, 2017
It was a wonderful experience and i appreciate every bit of moment i was working there. If you are looking for a job that gives you the freedom to choose your schedules, then you are looking in the right place.
The Villa (Former Employee) – Conneaut, OH – December 15, 2016
Working with an amount of residence I loved. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the patients because they're loving and very sweet. I learned a lot working with most of the residents and the administrative also my co-workers.
Patient Care Aide (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – October 3, 2016
• Assist in daily life activities bathing; face washing/ hair washing, and changing patient from bowl movements/urine • Dressing patient/grooming • Transferring patient from bed to wheelchair using gate belt • Meal preparation and feeding • Administration of medications, recording times , and side affects • Patient vital assessments
Health Care Manager (Current Employee) – Westchester County, NY – February 17, 2017
Each day brings new challenges. You work with a diverse workforce and represent the company in all that you do. You must be flexible and willing to work hard. If you perform you will be recognized and rewarded. Travel benefits are outstanding.
Billing Specialist/Clerical (Former Employee) – Marble Falls, TX – November 9, 2016
I performed a Quality Assurance check on patient charts to clear them for Billing. Making sure all appropriate documentation was included in chart and signed by physicians. I scanned in patient documentation and employee information to all departments on daily basis.
Community options (Former Employee) – South Side, SC – October 18, 2016
A typical day at my previous job would be cleaning, cooking, taking clients out for an outing, going grocery shopping and giving medications. What I learned at my job is how to be more patient, how to be more understanding, never less that even though my clients have special needs they're human beings just like us. The management at my job I would say was unorganized in some ways but with me being a person that takes initiative I was able to manage and make my work environment a safe place. I would say some of my co-workers were not very enjoyable to work with but there were some who made our work day very enjoyable. The hardest part of my job was when my clients would get aggressive with staff, but the most enjoyable part that really effected me the most is when our clients expressed how much they truly do appreciate what we do!
Private Home Caregiver (Former Employee) – Akron, OH – December 7, 2016
It allowed me to make a decision that helped change my life, which brought me hear today. Also, realizing that I already had the gift of helping people and the love of doing something that motivated me.
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 10, 2017
Take care of patients and their needs. Be attentive and accountable. There is no hardest part of the job because everything is common sense and just like taking care of someone and being clean. Watch TV, eat and being clean are the best parts of the job
While this is definitely not a career, it is a nice place to get started. This company was wonderful and allowed me to work while going to school full time. Flexible schedule. Friendly and helpful staff.
dependable & always on time, very personable, 0 absences
Overall management (Former Employee) – Crystal, MI – August 19, 2016
I believe that if you accept a job offer that you commite 110%. Do what I am ask to the best of my ability. I have learned that you make work as hard or comfortable as it can be. Never had problems with working with management or co-workers & the hardest part of a new job is getting to know everything that is expected of you. The most enjoyable part of a job is being recognized for what you accomplish and interaction with the people.
Aide (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – November 7, 2016
Not bad, overall; can be dull sometimes, usually repetitive; hours can be cancelled at a moment's notice, but you can usual pick up more if needed. As many/few as you want, provided you're available during the times needed; as a student (full-time, during business hours) this was sometimes a detriment.