Personal Support Worker (Current Employee), Barrie, ON – July 31, 2013
Pros: flexibility in your choice or declining of assignments
Cons: must have own vehicle
A wonderful company to work for. Must have a valid driver's license and vehicle which I do not possess at the current time which unfortunately leaves me without assignments. Other than that I would highly recommend that Personal Support Workers apply to We Care Home Health Services for employment. They have a highly supportive group of support individuals – more... working for them and my experience has been an absolutely awesome one!!! – less
We Care Calgary (Former Employee), Calgary – May 26, 2013
Pros: good hearted patients
Cons: just about everything;needs a complete overhaul
Very very high turn over.No definite rule to follow.Inexperienced lower and mid level management make on-the-spot rules according to what inadequacy they have committed,or better still,blame it on the patient or caregivers.No respect for caregivers and absolutely do not care for patients's welfare.Once paid their coordinators if they bring in more clients.Knows – more... nothing or very little about clients but very well versed on billing.Run! – less
Private Home Care Worker (Former Employee), Saskatoon, SK – March 31, 2013
Pros: working with the people
Cons: driving all over the city with 3 hour shifts
Going to a persons home and help them get organized for the next few days/ by doing a bit of housekeeping,/ taking them to the bank/ groceries/ visit to relatives/ talk to them as a visitor / sometimes letting them know that what they have done over the last few days wasn't the most appropate behavior/ Then to convince that there is another way. The – more... challenge was good. The office staff were usually behind me for communication with the family members. Working with different people, different ages, different personalities was a challenge that I enjoyed. – less
No concrete guidelines to follow.Absolutely no clear communication on basically most things.Very high turn over.Management can be bullies.Messy,messy,messy.
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Met and worked with fantastic, trustworthy coworkers as well as clients
RCA/Home Support Worker (Former Employee), Nanaimo, BC – February 12, 2013
Pros: meeting new people
Cons: deceasing of clients
A typical day at work would be traveling to and from clients houses assisting them with cleaning, meal preps, assisting with showers, toilleting, catheters, hearing aids, mechanical lifts, medication distribution, dressing, etc. I learned how to be a friend in a very professional manner, patience, and to love what i do for work. The hardest part of – more... my job is when a close client has deceased. The most enjoyable part of my job was to be able to have the privalege to be a part of the clients life and help them to sustain independence and dignity. – less
I learned the ins and outs of a healthcare clinic from a management perspective
On-Call Coordinator (Former Employee), Ottawa, ON – October 18, 2012
Pros: developed my ability to deal with stress very well.
Cons: very stressful for me as i was young at the time and not ready for such situations
As the on-call coordinator I was responsible for all evening coverage managing the nurses workload, cancellations, and any additional visits not scheduled. This involved improving my communication skills drastically and also developed my abilities to deal with high stress situations and highly emotional individuals (Both patients and nurses). I was – more... also responsible for performing clinic inventory checks to assure the nurses had the required supplies and quantities for the visits on their schedule each evening. – less
Administrator (Former Employee), Greater Sudbury, ON – July 3, 2012
Pros: friday lunches
Cons: never knew what to expect, problems arise all the time (in the field)
I enjoyed my time with Wecare Home Health Services. I learned alot from the preoccupation health division, through training. Never a dull moment, working in a demanding enviroment is fun and rewarding.
Case Manager/Supervisor (Current Employee), Jonesville, LA – October 14, 2014
A typical day at work is full of many oppretunities to learn new information in a friendly and comfortable work environment. The most difficult part of my job is not being able to do as much for the clients as I can, due to State Regulations.
Senior Career - Co-Coordinator (Former Employee), Portsmouth, ENG – June 19, 2014
Pros: good working enviroment
Cons: very long hours.
I enjoy my Job Role, i have learnt that people make the company your ability to laugh, support and enjoy your role makes you better at your Job Role. Management could have been better. My co-workers had great respect for me and where all very supportive of one another. My hardest part of the Role is keeping all my staff happy. Enjoyable part of my role – more... was knowing that every day i made my clients have the dignity, respect, that they deserve, supporting them when they are unable to do the things they always loved. – less