I would suggest this job for someone who is trying to gain some experience in the profession. Pay is very little. If you try to get a raise, you are pretty much making yourself out to be a joke. But, the job itself is a wonderful job. Clients are great. I have had somewhat of a positive experience with the scheduling and care coordinators. The scheduling gets very confusing when there are too many people trying to do the same job. So, if you need time off, always have some kind of confirmation that the scheduling coordinator received the request (text or email) or else your shift will be "forgotten" about and your shift will not be covered. But, overall I have had a good experience. But, with zero benefits and zero raises and if work slacks due to client illness or death, you should really have a backup plan for income.
Great clients and flexible schedules