Contracted Caregiver (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – February 7, 2018
Agency should provide more incentives to contracted caregivers for savings attained by keeping clients in home environment. There should be caregiver training that is pertinent to the ongoing needs of clients.
Live-in caregiver to disabled mother (Former Employee) – Westborough, MA – March 26, 2018
Support staff was kind and helpful concerning care giving. each month I learned another way to care for my mom i.e. signs of heart attack, fire awareness, etc. The hardest part of the job was worry for my mom's health. The best part was getting to spend so much time with my mom before she died.
Manager (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – December 20, 2017
Striving to be the leader in long-term services, Seniorlink is a challenging, fast-paced and engaging place to work. Changes come fast and furious and can be uncomfortable at times. Overall, the company is mission driven and has a heart but it can be hard to see it at times. They do not always treat their employees with compassion and equity.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Worcester, MA – December 19, 2017
I took care of client for 2 years with lung cancer, and it was a 24 hour care instead of putting client in a nursing home which family did not want. I enjoy helping in everyway But the hardest part is when the client passed away due to illness. it was a 2 year experience that made me live one day at a time.
None (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – December 12, 2017
I don't really have a lot to say. Just don't work there, poor management and culture drive the lack of employee engagement and high turnover. Seems to have good intent with the mission, but cannot quite get it right.
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Benefits are poor, no career advancement, poor leadership
Personal Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – July 31, 2017
all my patients love me it's just the pay and hours and benefits sick day or nothing.so if i'm off l dont get pay for it.its not two much to tell l told you how l feel about it. you ask me and l told you.
Registered Nurse Case Manager (Former Employee) – Wethersfield, CT – July 11, 2017
The most enjoyable part of the job is definitely the families. It is great to see how much their life improves with company help and support. A typical day at work includes visiting families, helping and supporting the caregiver, helping with communication with other members of healthcare team. I learned a lot, and met a lot of great people. Unfortunately the management and the work place culture were not up to the great standards. A lot of corruption and favoritism, and it is irrelevant how knowledgeable, and good at what you are doing you are.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IN – April 14, 2017
Really great place. I enjoyed working here very much. I'm glad to have had this experience. The staff in the Bloomington office are very understanding and seem to truly care about you and your patients. I would suggest this job to anyone.
Caregiver/Provider (Former Employee) – Brazil, IN – January 30, 2017
My mother suffered a masive stroke and was unable to care for herself. Caregiver homes helped me to bring my mother home instead of admitting her to a nursing facility and I was paid to care for her as well.