Cook/Aide (Former Employee) – Ocoee, FL – August 29, 2018
Not being able to do more for the residents. The residents are all disable and it hurts my feelings seeing them needing more attention than what they actually get, so I feel like I need to do more for them.
I love coming to work and doing my job taking care of my resident was so important to and providing good care I have learned so much information w/ the conitue education .the atmosphere has a lots of love you just fill in air sometime the work can over wham you but at the end day to me its so rewarded when you the work you made different in the lives of the resident you having given care to that's what makes me happy. yes management could be better there is always room f/ improvement
The dietitian works a few days a week at this facility with an interdisciplinary team to help give patients the best plan of care. Assessments on patients include looking for pressure injuries, weight loss, weight gain and disordered eating patterns.
I only work there for maybe 3 months or 4. While in training I was working at my current job and I was doing doubles and working overnight and then it was very difficult to come to the job and do the orientation. When it came time for me to do orientation I was oriented by this one lady and threw my orientation she decided to disappear and not show me where to put things or where to get clean linen or how to throw away the dirty linen or how to get basically I was left alone even though I experience CNA I'm not experienced in her facility. When it came time for me to work on the floor by myself it was pretty hard because there is no pads so if the resident decides that they that they have a mess or they are not they don't like you or the visit just can't hold whatever's giving them a problem the whole bed will be ruined and you would have to change it all over again there are no pads underneath the residence to protect the bed. They work you like crazy there were roaches in the residents rooms crawling on their beds and PayDay was a joke find somewhere else to work if you want better days for your back and pockets.
Free coffee in break room
Must take break at alloted time, no overtime given, no pads, wet beds underneath residents, roaches in and o. Residents beds, Rude management, bad pay even with experience, & must complete their version of CEU's.
As my first position, I enjoyed working for OHCC. I learned a lot with valuable mentors that showed me the nuances of working as an LPN. I am grateful for the experience that I gained working for OHCC.