Therapeutic Reparation Internship (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – April 30, 2017
Typical day at Jewish Home Lifecare I would greet the residents with breakfast, lunch, dinner, transport them around downstairs, talk to them, and also help them when it is needed. Managament was wonderful and it was also great to communicate with my manager. Hardest part of my job was pleasing all of the residents at once because they all wanted my attention at once. The most enjoyable moment was playing bingo, having a church ceremony, watching movies, celebrating the residents birthday, and also just bonding sharing stories such as "how was your day today."
Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 13, 2017
it was great working in the nursing home and participating in the different activities with the elderly people . being able to get to know them on a personal level and learning about what they have been through in their lives .
professional and productive work place with many gardens
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Manhattan, NY – December 14, 2016
A Typical day at the new jewish home would be . Come in Clock in and be ready to work , I learned a lot about the elderly such as , how they feel about there new home , how they feel about the new generation today , I learned a lot about the LDBGT elderly people , my coworkers are awesome I give every single one 5 stars , the hardest part about my job is the biohazard and the smells , too be honest you get used to them , the part that most warmed my heart was speaking to the elderly and listing to there life journeys .
Jewish home is a nice place to work most of the staff are friendly an kind. It is very rewarding to see patient who enter the door sick and unable to care for them self received great care and able to function independently with all the hard work from the nurses and staff.
the job is rewarding when you see sick patient get back full streenghth
Accountant (Current Employee) – Manhattan, NY – March 16, 2016
Over the last year, I learned typical accounting procedures. Bank reconciliations, Journal Entry and Quarterly 941 reconciliations are example of what Jewish Home Lifecare taught me over the past year. The work environment is very welcoming. Everyone is helpful and very knowledgeable.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – October 27, 2015
A typical day at the Jewish home would be some what chaotic in the morning times being you have to give two or three showers before breakfast is over. I've learned how to have great time management skills. My coworkers were very friendly and down to earth. The hardest part of the job was adapting to the early morning work schedule. The most enjoyable part about the job was making a difference in the residents life.
Nice View Of Lake Michigan & Great Benefits
Short of workers on the Alzheimers & Dementia unit