Its productive, fun, easy going, a great bond with the individual
Caregiver (Current Employee) – Orange Cove, CA – July 15, 2017
A typical day is bathroom duties , if he hasn't eaten, then feed him, wash clothes. Make sure he's okay. When asked I take him for a walk. The most enjoyable about my job is that I get to take care and bond with this individual.
Home Health Nurse (Current Employee) – Temecula, CA – June 20, 2017
make your own schedule but doesn't pay enough. nice people working in the office but due to low wages there is a very high turn over of nursing staff. they also are basically just a middle man between the nurses and the family.
Personal Care Aide (Former Employee) – Peekskill, NY – June 8, 2017
Was a good place to work for and regretted having to leave, but my circumstances changed and I have to leave this field of work. This company gave me my first on-hands knowledge into the world of Healthcare and for that I will always be grateful.
Licensed Vocational Nurse (Former Employee) – Sherman Oaks, CA – June 4, 2017
Not a good work environment if one is experienced and not used to condescending attitudes to go along with micromanagement. The staffing coordinator atrocious in her treatment of external employees. Tells the new staffing coordinator there is no work available when that person just went over five different available cases (adding up to more than 40 available hours per week) with the employee. External employees should not be subject to office power struggles.
LVN (Former Employee) – San Marcos, CA – May 17, 2017
They don't try to keep your work close to home, Pay is so low that you have to find a 2nd job. Then when you give them notice they give out your number to other nurses or workers with out your approval. Do not work for them.
Certifed Home Health Aid/ Home Maker (Current Employee) – West Orange, NJ – January 15, 2017
If you love helping people who cannot help themselves and you want to find a way to be compensated for it so that you can do it all the time this is a great company because you can trust that they will send you your funds to help you take care of yourself while you're actually out there taking care of other people and helping them feel you know like life is worth living you help them feel like they're not a burden you know you enjoy helping people so that's why I love doing this since I was 14th I've always wanted to do this but this company gives me the opportunity to keep doing what I like to do what I love to do
Caring for others, health insurance, paid vacation, paid holiday
Clients dont want help, certain clauses in benefit packages, no holiday party
Non-medical care (Former Employee) – Culver City, CA – January 4, 2017
Working as a caregiver was incredibly eye opening and allowed me to become aware of my individual purpose. I became more self realized in understanding how the skills I have accumulated and gained can benefit others.
Home Health Care Aide (Former Employee) – Oakbrook Terrace, IL – December 26, 2016
The environment was kind of hostile and full of cliques. Hard to get things done to many bosses and nobody wanted to fulfill their job description. In the end i think some position s should be reconsidered
Licensed Vocational Nurse (Current Employee) – Laguna Niguel, CA – December 7, 2016
The company don't offer paid time off, no work no pay. The salary is low and there is no room for advancement. I have been working with the company for almost 6 yrs now and although there is no room for advancement, I already got attached with my pt of 4 yrs and his family.
Do not apply to the Service Coordinator position!!!!
Service Coordinator (Current Employee) – Concord, CA – November 7, 2016
The service coordinator position is a sales position. You have a quota and if you don't meet this quota every quarter you will be fired. You do not "assist" the manager on cold calls.....YOU are the ONLY one recruiting for new nurses. Nurses are hard to come by because the rate per hour is ridiculously low.