PCA Personal Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – March 21, 2019
Working at Aftercare was a nice experience I built relationships with co-workers with the team the nurses there thing really was hand on they helped me adjust to the line of work that I what's going on as a personal care aide I just very grateful to have this periods and for them to take the time give me a certificate to be a PCA
Personal Care Aide (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – April 9, 2019
I was happily working in the aftercare because I love helping patients and it helps me learn a lot about other people culture. it also prepares me to my future career of nursing. In the beginning, it wasn't easy but later it became more fun. Aftercare working time was good and their salary wasn't enough but their holiday was paid. That makes it fair enough
PCA/HCSS (Former Employee) – Jamestown, NY – February 6, 2019
I went through 2 weeks of training to them only firing me without working one hour with them. My friend that I went through with the training with quit without notice while I was on medical leave. After my medical leave they never call me for hours. I had to call them and still never had hours available. Two weeks later I get a letter in the mail for termination. Welp at least I got a PCA license out of that...
PCA Personal Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – November 3, 2018
Lots of mandation, no benefits, scheduling is rude and inappropriate, if someone breaks rules like no call no show they won't reprimand if they cant find someone to cover, which allows a cycle causing you to be stuck .
PCA/Caregiver (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – July 17, 2018
Working with Aftercare you getting mandated a lot or sometimes it don't get no hours but other than that it's okay I think you get to work other positions they pay you to go fire out then nice company to work for then the nurses are good and nice I just don't have many hours.
They are nice people to work with and sometimes they do give us what
I love working with my fears and everything it's okay
Personal Care Aide (Current Employee) – Cheektowaga, NY 14225 – February 17, 2018
I've learned to stick to the care plan and assist clients with daily activities to always communicate at all times with the nurses and managers and to always notify nurse managers as soon as any changes may accure.
Personal Care Aide (PCA) (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – January 16, 2018
I think they can be more professional but over all they deal with good clients and they are a good company to work for. As long as they see that you are a good employee the hours will be available for you to pick up
PCA Personal Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Cheektowaga, NY – January 9, 2018
Working for Aftercare was very easy, laid-back work. It was nice helping others who needed help doing things that they could not do on their own. The only thing is you have to deal with some clients who were mean and nasty but besides that the job is great.
Homecare Aide (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – October 6, 2017
I started work again at Aftercare Nursing Services after a long recovery from disability. I had come back from a serious life event- a car accident. The people at Aftercare are approachable and kind. This is noticed quickly. Training and in-service work are provided free of cost for the license required to work as a PCA. It is mostly good, but the pay could be better I suppose.