Self-fulfilling work making a difference in people's lives.
Provider (Current Employee) – Beaumont, TX – September 1, 2016
A typical day at work is getting to the client's home, greeting them and chatting with them about how their day is going while performing the general cleaning tasks that are assigned and preparing meals for them throughout the day. Its a very self-motivated job where management leaves you to your own accord mostly, a lot of self motivated work. There really is no hard part of the job, it is very laid back, what is enjoyable is the sense that you've made an impact on someone's life by simply being there to take care of their needs for the day.
Provider (Former Employee) – Nacogdoches, TX – June 11, 2016
Everyday at work you have the ability to help elders with all the things they have problems completing. You learn new things from your patients on a daily basis. My manager was an understanding person. I never met any co-workers because you all travel to different homes. The hardest part of the job is traveling to and from places, and the most enjoyable is meeting new people and being able to help others out.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – June 8, 2016
Performing my job duties on night shift alone,When its suppose to be three CNA's on the Rehab unit I worked,I learned after being Certified in this field for 24 years I realized working alone is common.Management was good about answering questions about things I needed to know.My Co-Workers was fantastic.The hardest part of my job is when it rained and we had to take our trash out at end of shift,Because the garbage dump was so far from the faciity.Most enjoybale part of job was when I could put a smile on my Residents face,Knowing I have carried my job duties out properly.
Customer Service representative (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 12, 2016
Everything about this job was great from the clients, employees, employers, and janitors. The hardest part was loosing people you get use to working with and having a job to come to was the most enjoyable part
Care Giver (Current Employee) – Victoria, TX – April 6, 2016
I enjoy my job and love everyone that I care for. This is the first type of job that I don't go to work looking at my watch to see if it is time to go home yet. The Management at Texas, Home health are very professional. The hardest part of my job is when a client passes away. I get so involved in their lives it's hard to break away.
Very stressful and overall hectic. I was able to manage all tasks in a timely manner. Workload was abundant but I was able to get through it. I was constantly handed more work without a very detailed explanation of the job duty. The job was very difficult but with my knowledge and organization the job was manageable.