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By: Debby M.
Edison Home Health Care
The aides are lazy, late, and do not follow health plans. My plan is strictly housework. FLoors, laundry, ironing, dishes, and the toilet (not even the whole bathroom).When sweeping/vacuuming they do not move mats, chairs, pet toys, etc.I had to go over their work almost every time (which I'm not suposed to do due to my health).They want to be on the phone, or watch TV. Oh well. I will put on the radio, but no phones while working.I have a Kosher home. THE first question I ask, is if they have ever worked in a Kosher home, they usually answer yes, then get confused when I separate the dishes, give them different sponges, and most of all, tell them to wash the dishes in HOT water.
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By: Faith Z.
Americare Therapy Svc
This agency was assigned to my mother after she survived a stroke. They never outlined the services she would receive. They did not return calls to clarify her schedule. They stopped services abruptly, with no warning. I found them to be unprofessional and I would not recommend them.
By: fredjille
Greater New York Home Care
great and loyal company ,excellent service fast response and follow up ,since we switched over to greater new york home care mom is always happy and taken care of,and i could continue to work with no worries knowing that mom is in good hands.thank you!
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By: Aleks O.
1st Choice Home Care Services
I am very much pleased to say how well 1st Choice Home Care serve my grandpa for over 7 years. I can easily recommend the service, because this truly is a personal service. Their personnel are very well trained, polite and professional.
By: Lorraine O.
Special Touch Home Care Services, Inc.
I work for this company and its nothing but a constant headache. Being calling payroll all day about my check. Still haven't received a answer yet. No answer their phones or respond to voicemail you leave for them. Very unprofessional
By: David T.
Heart To Heart Home Care
Not sure why these other reviewers are so upset... Heart to Heart watched over my grandfather during his last months. I like to believe that they helped him thru his pain and even made it less. Either way, they are great and caring
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By: Nancy L.
Personal Touch Home Care
I have a certified but it 6 years old I here is have to take the classes over so I'm looking good for a place that I can do home heath aide classes that statement work call me please 3473948796
By: Thomas S.
Heart To Heart Home Care
This is a really great company to work for! They even offer free HHA and PCA training programs in Brooklyn and in the Bronx! I highly recommend it to anyone looking to work for a reliable company!!
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By: Esther rochel L.
Heart To Heart Home Care
I highly recommend this agency! They are very helpful and patient in every way! They make everything very smooth and easy! Keep it up Heart to Heart! I'm glad to be part of the H2H family!!
By: Guillermo A.
Maimonides Medical Center
this is the hospital i was born in and this wonderful hospital that i was born in and that took care of me 2 days after i was born and i was born on May/4th/1998 @ this hospital
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