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My advice to people interested in working at #MedistarHomecareProvider as a #HomeHealthAide ...

Medistar is a great agency to work with, excellent service, they solve everything quickly, they treat employees very well, I never have any issues with them. They are very good with their clients, they always try to do their best. I recommend this agency 100%

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Elyssa Duncan
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That's great to know, thanks for sharing Ivette Paula !

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anthony cleveland
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hi

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HHA

I really enjoy taking care the elderly.

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Janice Reed
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Hi Hishema! That's wonderful! What's your favorite part of the job?

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Home Health Aide

I currently work at a nursing home here in McMinnville, TN. I'm looking for a home health aide job of some type with shorter days but still full time. It is just very hard taking care of my three year old daughter by myself and working 12 hour shift, since I'm not truly able to pay for an hourly rate babysitter due to my paycheck equals what I'd be paying for a babysitter.

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Esther Pascal
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Hi Jordin: That's a tough situation, but check out these home health aide jobs near the McMinnville, TN area. Also you can look into caregiver or receptionist jobs.

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Kristen Czaplicki
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Hi Jordan. My advicevto you bei g from Ct my whole lifw and in Heakthcare since I was 17, is to take the CT Acquired Brain Inury (ABI) class that they offer for free. You have to put in 2 years as a PCA/COM and then youh just fill out papers and you can work as an Independent Life Skills Trainer (ILST) for $37/hr. Until then you have to take the 12.00 for com and 15.00 for pca (6 pm -10 pm pca and 10 pm - 8 am com) but they pay for your PCA license and you are a Certified ABI Provider. You can only work for CT 25 hr/wk. They dont want to have to pay benefits. DISGUSTING COUNTRY WE LIVE IN

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housekeeper health care

Hey I have been cleaning houses for as long as I can remember with my grandmother. Also did some home health care a few years back. Really need a job that is reliable and that I can count on.

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Sheral Dennard
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'My name is sheral dennard 9015135155 I'm interested in the job im a home health aid i work for Co Med healthcare services can you refer me for housekeeping job thxs

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PATTY RICE
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Google and find an agency. I hear there's a shortage on caregivers

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Looking for work with medical coverage. I am a home health Aide. A month ago I went to the 1199 office and I asked the question why as a home does not have medical coverage and the man said to me that i have to work over 30 hours in order for me to get coverage. But union dues is being taking out of my check every month. I need a another job with better benefits.

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Charles Omagon
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I am a registered Nurse but i have not yet got a good full time job and stable and yet i have children to manage.please assist.

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John Spain
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You have to think positive the glass can be half full or half empty, I think we should be grateful, sometimes little things mean a lot.

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The biggest mistake I made as a #HomeHealthAide at #StephanieBoobish ...

Getting too close to the patients and their families. Then when they passed away it was like losing a family member.

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#CareerDiscovery: Home health aide

Are you a patient and friendly individual? Do you enjoy caring for others? Then being a home health aide is a great way for you to see if the healthcare field is for you!

Many jobs have been put on hold due to the Coronavirus, so now is the time to consider a new career opportunity. You never know you may love it even more than your old one!

As a bonus jobs in this field are projected to increase at a much faster rate than the average of all occupations! They are always in demand, especially now with the Coronavirus epidemic.

Here are some of the requirements you need to meet to get started which can take just 4 weeks:

-Complete 75 hours of training, including at least 16 hours of supervised practical or clinical training and 12 hours of continuing education per a 12-month period.

-Pass a certification exam. Some states certify you immediately after you pass the exam. Other states ask you to submit the paperwork (whether hard copies or electronic files) and then notify you if you’re cleared to work.

Each state adheres to the Federal law for training and many states may require additional training. So it’s important to look into your state’s specific training requirements and information!

Read more info on how to become certified [here] (https://www.homehealthaideguide.com/how-to-be-hha/how-long/).

#careerdiscovery #homehealthaide

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Ceria Long
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I have to be in Elkins because I walk all over and when my mom don't take me

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Lilliette Harris
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I'm very interested.

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