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How long is the training for a home health care aide? while being trained does the individual get paid as well if its on the job training?
4 answers - Asked By: Kiki - 6/30/2008
I put in an application friday there and i am really needing and wanting this job. I am 18 years old, about to graduate highschool and have never had a job. Butone of my teachers wrote me a letter of ...
2 answers - Asked By: Sher - 3/30/2011
I've been working in a nursing home for $9/hour but I think I might be able to get more (or maybe I should charge less) for doing in home care for the elderly. I am a CNA in a nursing home at the mom...
2 answers - Asked By: Marionette - 1/2/2011
Im working one day a week with an ms man, doing typical care-aide work. Id like to know how to put this on a resume besides the "change sheets daily" thing.
1 answers - Asked By: rena k - 9/11/2007
I work as a personal care aide for a home care agency in PA. i wanted to know if we are entitled to have a lunch break when working an 8 or more hour shift? my other concern is about gas mileage.. th...
3 answers - Asked By: Carrie - 10/7/2012
I'm reading a job breakdown and it says - "helping them with washing and using the bathroom." I don't want to sound disrespectful but would this involve actually having to make contact with the ...
1 answers - Asked By: Curtisj J - 11/16/2011
How can I do a Home Care Caregiver?, would it be bad job for a foreing?, how much can i charge per hour?, do i need any kind of collage degree?
2 answers - Asked By: Belen - 1/23/2010
I am now providing in home care for an elderly woman with altimers (sp). I am receiving free room and board and food but I would like to know what if any salary should be included. I do all the house ...
2 answers - Asked By: Yup it's me! - 10/15/2007
Ive been taking care of an elderly person...its my first time how much should i be getting payed?? or at least whats the average? also....how much should one charge for showers? ive heard of up to 8...
9 answers - Asked By: Andres - 9/23/2012
Does anyone have a link that describes how you can now hire a qualified persoanl care aide of your own choice instead of going throguh an agency especially looking for how the person becoems 'quali...
3 answers - Asked By: JMITW - 7/23/2009
I have worked in the restaurant industry for over 10 years. Now that I am a premedical student, I want to start shifting that experience into the health-care industry. I really hate working in restaur...
3 answers - Asked By: wanna_be_md - 9/25/2008
I am a certified home health aide / personal care aide. I have all the documents now it is to get a job. I am looking to work in any 5 boroughs especially Staten Island ( I am looking to move there in...
1 answers - Asked By: - 7/31/2011
I used to know someone who had a neat job. She worked for older or handicapped families. She would stay at their home for about 6 hours a day and help make food or help around the house if needed. She...
3 answers - Asked By: [funnn] - 6/7/2009
Im a first year college student and im seriously looking for a job. i have to pay for my college and i cant take out any loans because im not a us citizen. i heard people saying that its better for yo...
1 answers - Asked By: iwrestledwithabearonce - 11/5/2009
My mom is disabled and has a home health care person for a few hours every day i live in a different city but I have classes in her city a few times a week and on weekends so i usually bring her food ...
1 answers - Asked By: Ro$e - 8/20/2010
As a person with light Cerebral Palsy, do you think I could work in a nursing home? Basically the only way my condition affects me is I walk with a slight limp and my balance isn't that great. I don...
3 answers - Asked By: Me I Am - 8/9/2010
What is it? Easy? Hardest part? Do you have "shift wars" and do you hate them? About my job. I clean the ER, and Pharmacy and sometimes patient rooms, and X-Ray, and the Blood Lab, and once and...
5 answers - Asked By: Daughter of King Jesus - 5/17/2008
4 answers - Asked By: RyanW - 1/17/2009
Every one I have worked at, theyre always "short" on CNAS. Why not just hire more? They need them and the residents would get SUCH better care. It annoys me
5 answers - Asked By: inlovewithpink85 - 6/8/2009
I just read a post that said that a physical therapist aide doesn't make much more than minimum wage. Is a PTA different than a Physical Therapist Aide? If it is different, than does a PTA earn muc...
1 answers - Asked By: friendlygal - 5/24/2010
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