PRN (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – August 10, 2018
Working at caring matters I was able to tend to the needs of individuals with special needs, which posed a challenge though I had experience caring for a family member with special needs. the challenge was in the fact that these individuals were mostly elderly and needed closer attention due to their level of special needs
Caregiver (Current Employee) – Gettysburg, PA – July 14, 2018
I enjoy working for this company and the staff there is friendly and they care about there employees and the clients. And as long as as your jobs done right and the clientis are happy so are they. I really love my clients and enjoy being apart of there daily live. The management is extremely on top of things and keeps employees and clients updated on changes and ect...I will definitely continue to work for this great company and they amazing staff they have.
In Home Personal Care Aide (Current Employee) – Lancaster, PA – September 20, 2017
I loved working with the clients. If the pay was better and the job had more benefits, I would consider staying. The hours per day were limited to mornings and evenings which is an inconvenience sometimes rather than working a straight day or evening 8-10 hour shift.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Lancaster, PA – December 30, 2016
I have never seen a company in my life that does not have time to make your schedule for the week. They talk bad about you in office and when are just over the phone. Unprofessional, rude,not helpful and just mean. I hope the people get better that work in the office. The consumer are great but you have to hear the horror story's about most of the people that work there.
Personal Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Lancaster, PA – November 4, 2016
I found myself living at work so much so that if I called off one or two days the doors to heaven would close on you. They would not even tell you what the client needs were so you would walk into the unthinkable.
HHA/Caregiver (Former Employee) – Verona, PA – September 17, 2016
This business is owned by black family and they are very unprofessional and dont know how to speak to people. They hire people without requirements of tb test , physical , training and certificates to do job.
Hire on the spot
Unprofessional and dont ask for proof of certificates and license to do job
Boring for me, but not for somebody that likes taking care of peope health wise.
HOME HEALTH AIDE (Current Employee) – Lancaster, PA – July 23, 2015
What can I say. I never wanted to be a nurse, and yet I find myself doing it because my sister needed me. I am not at all happy doing this type of job. I have always enjoyed designing or drawing things!
none for me.
no breaks, no heathcare, not getting the pay I was promised, etc.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 27, 2015
It was a lot of working the medical field but i enjoy do it everyday. when you first step into a consumer home you already know what the person needs you to help them with. but they will tell you anyway. its a learning experiences for me because one day i to will be in need of assistance and i hope to get someone who is passionate to do this job as much as i am.
meet new people
no breaks have to kind of squeese some lunch time in.
Direct Care (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – October 11, 2014
I fell in love with the patients I provided care for but there was not much respect towards staff and supervisor. We were at times spoken down to and I didn't think that was right. I was proud of the work I was doing and the impact I had on the clients lives as well as the one they had on me. They over scheduled us and would have to send people home, it was not under great management. I was torn whether or not to stay but I eventually had to go. I put in my 2 weeks notice to be professional, and moved on.
Feel good job.
Management, short breaks, and overworked for the amount of pay they provided.