We chose Home Care Assistance because of the flexibility on the time. For the most part they have been good with scheduling. They are very quick to fill the time slots and very good about trying to get staff. I was pleased with them and I would recommend them.... Read more
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Could not ask for a better place to work! The whole staff is always there for you along with checking in with their clients, The team is always finding ways in taking care the the whole person. Their mind, body, and soul..!
I have been impressed by the level of support given me as a caregiver by Home Care Assistance administration- case managers, scheduler, and trainers. I feel that my fellow caregivers are committed as am I to providing quality care at home that ensures the physical safety, emotional support, and cognitive wellbeing of each client.
I was really upset with the staff. It wasn't really the experience that I was hoping for. Both of the people that were sent to me were not trained enough. One person had never been in a home and had only been trained online and no hands on training. They had no experience with showering and taking care of my loved one. They did not meet my expectations and I would not recommend them. One of the workers was fired and I had to pay for her inexperience even when they were letting the employee go.
We chose Home Care Assistance because of the flexibility on the time. For the most part they have been good with scheduling. They are very quick to fill the time slots and very good about trying to get staff. I was pleased with them and I would recommend them.
To reach a resident at Home Care Assistance of Greater Burlington call: (802) 876-7528
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