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An extremely demanding work environment both personally and professionally.
Administrative Assistant - Scheduling (Former Employee), Halifax, NSMarch 20, 2014
Pros: work to support some of your communities most vulnerable people
Cons: total lack of work-life balance
This organization is a 24-hour environment. While this level of commitment from staff ensures top-tier attention and maximized individual efforts are directed towards outstanding client care, this expectation of round-the-clock dedication without clear dictates of availability or unavailability is not for the faint of heart.
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Self-sufficient work life which allows for close bonds to be established with clients
Caregiver (Current Employee), Toronto, ONNovember 18, 2013
Pros: develop close bonds to clients.
Cons: do not get paid by the hour for a 24hr shift or for overnight shifts (fixed rate).
One-on-one compassionate care to an older adult living at home.
Working with individuals who have dementia provides the opportunity for the caregiver to develop strong interpersonal skills such as empathy, patience, creativity in patient care, validation of patient's feelings, and communication with family members.
A caregiver's journal is present in – more... every client's home which is required for the caregiver to document the client's health status, and any pertinent information.
Depending on the client's health needs, there may be more than one caregiver working with a client, in which case communication between co-workers is needed. This is done through the caregiver's journal, when caregiver's meet at the beginning/end of their shift, or through the agency's office. – less
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Ok place, lack of organization and communication
Home Helper (Former Employee), Woodstock, ONNovember 12, 2013
Cons: not enough hours at times
In home care communication is required. When you call and need to explain, you should be able to talk to one person and get it sorted out not go through 3 people in the office. The teamwork with someone with 24hr care was amazing. Most are not PSW's like I because it's non medical it's not important to have. Being able to help my client transition back – more... into being home from hospital, getting to know them on a more personal level. – less
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Happy and fun to work
Home Instead Senior Care (Current Employee), Vancouver, BCOctober 29, 2013
Pros: chatting with thwm
Cons: n/a
The most enjoyable part of the my job is when i saw my client with there big smile that is my priceless...
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A typical Day as a Nurse
Registered Practical Nurse (Former Employee), torontoMarch 11, 2013
Pros: long hours therefore you make more money, and i get to utilize all my skills
Cons: when the hours get cut
I would normally wake up at 6 am and make my way to work. Once I get there i would first do my round of the floor and make sure all the resident are okay and alive. I would also check the charts to see if there is any information, or change in the patient's status or if there was an incident. Then I will begin to prepare the morning medications. While – more... the patient's are having breakfast or making there way down to breakfast I will start administering the medications to about 25-30 residents. After the medications have been administered i will begin to document and start preparing the afternoon medications and continue with assessments and documentations. – less
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Good Manangement and very nice employers.
Caregiver (Current Employee), Winnipeg, MBFebruary 11, 2013
Pros: free trips
Cons: regular time
Its a very nice and good experience for me to work and working at my current company.The management is also very nice and very kind and also my co - workers. Though the hardest past is when you care for one client for a long time and he/she lost ( passed away) is so sad and you have to start all over again to a new and different clients again. The most – more... enjoyable part of the job is when you go and accompany you clients to different places all over Winnipeg from the mall to museums,etc. – less
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Good job if you are flexible with time
Caregiver (Former Employee), Calgary, ABMay 16, 2012
Pros: fun things with seniors
Cons: hours vary, some days you work 12 hours, other days, only 3
I liked this job, but I found that I seemed to always be on call which I wasn't aware of. I would get calls at 7 asking me to be at work by 8. You can say no to jobs, but if you say no too many times they stop calling you. Also, I was having to drive over an hour to some of my shifts that were only 3 hours long so I felt that I was spending more on – more... gas than I was getting paid. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to know the seniors I worked with and doing things with them. – less
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Independent work environment
CAREGIVER (Former Employee), North Richland Hills, TXJuly 27, 2014
Pros: you can choose where you want to work and how often
Cons: information discrepancies
The home office calls you with and provides the location, age, and general needs of a client and then you can accept or decline the assignment. Supervisors are really helpful and supportive if you have any issues or questions. The only thing I didn't like was the more often than not, what I was told the client needed by the office what a lot different – more... than what the client actually needed. For example, there were many times when I was told that clients needed help with bathing, getting to the bathroom, and just general safety assistance but when I got to the client's home all they wanted was for me to clean their house. – less
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Great Company with Core Values of God, Integrity, Trust and Family
Business Office Manager (Former Employee), Medford, ORJuly 24, 2014
Pros: flexibility
Cons: stability of caregivers
Typical day at work was overseeing the daily operations of a very busy office, responsible for overseeing office staff, which at times could be a bit of a challenge, overall we worked well with one another. Responsible for making sure all caregiver shifts were covered, client(s) were happy and staffing needs were being met. Responsible for all aspects – more... of accounting receivables and inputting hours for caregivers in order for them to be paid. My immediate supervisor is the owner and treated me well, however, at times the hardest part of my job was she was not always available for me when there was a crisis and I needed her involvement. Responsible for disciplinary, hiring and firing of staff and caregivers. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to help the individual in need and making a great fit with caregiver to client(s). – less
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Rewarding job
Companion/Driver (Current Employee), Hauppauge, NYJuly 23, 2014
Pros: bonuses
Cons: no benefits and poor pay
I enjoy working with the elderly. I learn patience and tolerance and gratitude everyday. The management team are understanding and the hours and days are extremely flexible. The hardest part of my job is repeating myself. The best part of my job is helping those who need care and attention. Especially those who are grateful for my assistance. I am satisfied – more... either way. – less
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Horrible Place
RN Case Manager Interview (Former Employee), Melbourne, FLJuly 18, 2014
Cons: unprofessional management
The "owners" of the franchise in Melbourne,FL are hands down the most absolutely rude "humans" I have ever encountered. If the company corporate executives knew what goes on in that office they would pull the franchise....are they doing their RN Supervisory Visits every 2 weeks as required by the state of FL? .Bad management does not just trickle down – more... it flows like an erupting volcano. You might want to do an RN "secret" job seeker,like a secret shopper. Do you, at corporate wonder why this job is posted every every 60-90 days??? Is this appropriate for your Clients?
Top dollar is charged for these much needed services. I have 10 years of experience as a District Manager of 5 offices, Not one deficiency in any of the branches. Unfortunate that this division of the corporation was sold after 911.
This is an alternative to a nursing home for many people, but if the attitude of management is reflected in this Agency and the care givers the employees I shudder to think of what goes on. I would NEVER refer a client or caregiver to Home Instead. They have two franchises in Brevard County, FL. Melbourne and Palm Bay. – less
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home instead
Caregiver/Personal Assistant (Current Employee), Corpus Christi, TXJuly 16, 2014
Pros: the patients
Cons: not enough hours
i take care of elderly in their homes, i am a companion, total care of patient to help them in their everyday lives so they can remain at home
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Home Health Care
Health Aide (Former Employee), Roanoke, VAJuly 16, 2014
Pros: flexible schdule
Cons: to many cases and not enough employees
not a very good company to work for! over worked and under paid!
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a good place to work for
Provider/Sitter (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXJuly 15, 2014
It is a good place to work for anyone that love helping the elderly
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a great company
Personal Care Assist & Hab tech (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCJuly 15, 2014
A great part time job with flexible hours.
A great staff to work with.
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Nice good environment
home care giver (Current Employee), Conway, ArJuly 15, 2014
You're able to work at your own pace. Don't have the hassle of coworkers or supervisors.
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fun workplace
Caregiver/Companion (Current Employee), Bryan, TXJuly 15, 2014
Cons: benefits, compensation
typical day at work involves spending time with my client, i learn new things she likes and dislikes, she a lot of fun each day.
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decent place
Caregiver (Former Employee), Greensburg, PAJuly 14, 2014
decent for beginning spot, but then go somewhere else with more pay.
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HISC, a great place to work, very fulfilling.
Caregiver (Current Employee), Bowling Green, KYJuly 14, 2014
Pros: flexible hours, training, rewarding friendships with co-workers and clients.
Cons: not enough hours as i need at least 30 hours per week.
I have loved working for Home Instead Senior Care as it offers flexible hours, training, rewarding friendships with co-workers and clients. Paid training is also available and the company shows their appreciation for you, in the forms of gifts and awards. They make you feel part of a team, a family. I will always maintain a few hours a week there in – more... the future if my schedule allows. – less
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You Meet New Client each and every day.
HHA/CNA (Current Employee), Saint Augustine, FLJuly 13, 2014
Pros: to do the best you can do and maintain.
Cons: be yourself everyday.
Every Client you have you learn them and know how to care for them and make sure you do your ADL and my coworker you work together you have so many different task to do because you do HHA/Companion.

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