Loved being with my residents daily. Working with the residents families is amazing. My residents were amazing. Absolutely wonderful providing for their needs. I got attached to the residents and the families just as they did myself.
Health Aide (Former Employee) – Charleston, WV – January 5, 2019
you will be privileged to help the elderly and he's able to properly navigate their lives without incident, and if there happens to be an accident then you will know exactly what to do for them hanging or honored to help
Caregiver (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – November 20, 2018
First starting was stressful but I realized I NEEDED these people as much as they needed me . Working here will get you more involved with nursing if that's what you choose to do but it's just a head start to LIFE it self one day you'll get old and need home health care also
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Canton, OH – October 9, 2018
working with the clients was very informational for me because I am and have always been a people person 100 percent, I have always done customer service jobs over 15 years or more, so getting them ready for the day cooking , cleaning and organizing their living area was a must. The hardest part I would say was if the client was having a hard day and some days would be that way but never the less I would go with the flow. The most enjoyable part was just being with the client and knowing that somehow I made them comfortable the best and professional way that I knew how.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – August 6, 2018
Very self rewarding as to caring for clients needs. Travel form one client to the next daily. Competitive rages and work ethnic Enjoyed working for them and caring of clients. Would recommend employment with them
What I have learned and experienced from working in Health Care
CAP Worker (Former Employee) – Plymouth, NC – July 29, 2018
Working in home care you have to be patient and delicate to the job. Home care can be overwhelm if you don't have the right training or techniques you have to be caring to take on responsibilities of the person who need your assistant.
direct deposit is not offer in some assistant living
LPN (Former Employee) – Golden Valley, MN – July 26, 2018
Audit charts submitted by RN field nurses. followed Federal and State laws for medicare. QA department is not very well liked by anyone at this company. you are basically a waste of money to the company.