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06/27/2017
By: Doreen L.
OPEN ARMS PERSONAL CARE INC
Open Arms Personal Care Inc. Is very passionate about how the services are delivered to clients to make a positive difference/outcome. If you need care, then you are in the right site.
06/22/2017
By: Nikki P.
A Plus Healthcare
A Plus Health Care takes the time to talk to you and help out until everything is satisfactory for both the agency and the client.
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02/19/2016
By: Nisha M.
In Home Clinical & Casework
I had some issues with the case worker that I had Ms Braxton, I called and spoke to dr. Curry about it at first he was polite but when there was an issue with the worker calling me and i didnt want to speak to ms braxton .I called back and let him know that I was upset he told her to call me after i already let him know i no longer wanted to work with her , and I felt very uncomfortable and he got very belligerent loud offensive he cut me off when I tried to speak he's very unprofessional in my opinion he made me feel very uncomfortable dr. Curry just made me feel overall very bad I cancelled my services because I didn't appreciate being talked to in that manner so I would advise anyone thinking about going with this company to reconsider and find someone else. Also if you want a caseworker that in this field just to pay her bills get Ms Braxton she will show u she could care less about so do yourself a favor find another company .
10/09/2014
By: Denise W.
Visiting Physicians Association
I have spent a total of 2 hours on hold in one day in order to speak to someone. I am a teacher which means a total of 2 hours away from my students.
05/22/2014
By: Amber J.
OPEN ARMS PERSONAL CARE INC
These ladies are amazing and passionate about what they do. Thank you so much for all you've done for home care in Hampton Roads!
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