Join our specialty home care team! Giving one-on-one care to a child, adolescent or chronically ill adult, provides a reward that cannot be duplicated in any other nursing settings.
We offer flexible scheduling, competitive pay, medical benefits, referral bonus program, 401(k) program, and more.
New England Home Health Services is a privately owned, family-operated home health agency that strives to treat both our clients and employees with consideration and respect. We are committed to providing competent and compassionate care in our client's home according their needs. The impact of chronic illness is felt by all family members as well as the care team that comes to assist the family member. It is our priority to provide highly skilled client assessments, direct nursing care, client/family education and supervision of caregivers who are involved in your care.
We are acutely aware of the difficulty that our employees confront when they must blend into a busy household complete with relatives, other service providers, pets and family routines, while delivering the care required to ensure the optimal quality of life for their client. One of New England Home Health Services major priorities has always been to find the best possible “fit” for our client and family/ household. New England Home Health Services understands the importance of a stress-free environment for both the client and caregiver; therefore, we strive to make sure every caregiver encounter is consistent, pleasant, and the client receives quality care.
10 Reason Why You Should Work In Home Care
The Privilege of Making A Difference
A career in home health care allows you to truly make a difference in the lives of clients and their families and sense of accomplishment that comes with knowing they are enhancing an individual’s quality of life.
When working in home health you find that you make a greater difference in your client’s life. Spending much one-on-one time can help develop a personal relationship, deeper connection, and increase their quality of life. One-to-one care reduces the feeling of racing the clock giving you more time to provide quality care to your client.
The Ease of a Flexible Schedule
Home health care nurses and aides work as much or as little as they wish. A flexible schedule allows you to pursue your education, raise a family, return to the workforce, semi-retired, part-time and full-time job opportunities to fit any schedule, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Become A Better Clinician
In home health care, you are working independently. Leaving you to rely on your assessment skills and nursing judgement, in returns forcing you to become resourceful when facing a challenge. Autonomy in your clinical life leads to the development of stronger assessment skills and clinical skills.
Helping Your Clients in The Comfort of Their Home
Whether caring for client needs assistant or someone who is medically complex, you are allowing them to be in the comfort of their home with their loved ones. As the person responsible for allowing this to happen, you will sense their appreciation and gain personal satisfaction.
The Ability to Deliver Complex Care at Home
Nurses working in home health make it possible for clients requiring nursing and medical equipment for nutrition and respiration support, to avoid institutionalization in a hospital or facility.
The Opportunity to Make Life More Manageable for Clients of All Ages
Grooming, bathing, toileting, eating, and mobility which most of us take for granted poses special challenges to those of disabilities. A job in home health care provides you with a meaningful workday by providing the most optimal care to your client.
Continuity of Care in Home Care Setting
Caregivers that work with the same clients over time show a positive result in improved clinical outcomes. Caregivers working in homecare become part of the foundation that leads to the goal of high quality, cost-effective medical care.
Safe and Personal
Client’s receiving homecare are less likely to be exposed to infectious disease, because caregivers implement, practice, and educate infection control, leading to a decrease risk for infection.
Family Involvement and
Family involvement is important when it comes to caring for a client in the home setting. In a facility it is sometimes hard to allow for the extra touch that caregivers can provide in the home. For example. allowing family and friends to visit at any time or encourage to participate in the care of their loved one. Caregivers in the home setting have more time, whereas, in a hospital setting or facility is it more challenging.
Current Open Positions:
Licensed Practical Nurse
Certified Home Health Aide
Medical Billing Specialist