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Overall Rating 3.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Jennifer Johnson
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    I can't thank Visiting Angels enough for the quick response they gave me of getting someone to my husband's parents house. With life being so busy there was no way her daughter or son could stay with her at such a short notice and she loved everyone that came in to care for her. Thank you Visiting Angels for doing what you do and helping out when it is to hard for the family to be able to at that time.

  • Jo Bernet
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    There is a lack of communication, compassion, and professionalism in this office! I don't see how a office is ran when there is none of the above. I could say more but I will stop there.

  • Shannon Rich
    ★★★★★ 5 years ago

    Thank you for all you have done to help care for my mother A.B. For when I needed to change the schedule for more help. I want to thank L. for the companionship and the great meals she provided. I need to thanks J. for preparing us for what to expect helping us through so much the last days of my Mother's life. For stepping up when needed. God put you all in our life when needed. Thank you so much, C.M.

  • Sandra Schauf
    ★★★★★ 2 years ago

    I never had to do this nor did I want to, but I feel this is important for clients as well as caregivers. When this office has issues, they don't have the maturity or professionalism to handle them. They will treat you like you are a scab. You expect a company to assist in resolving any issues. That is their responisbility,as a company that provides care for the elderly. Communication and professionalism is mandatory in a business like this. If you don't have caregivers, you don't have a business. Caregivers should be treated with respect at all times. If you give them the truth they don't know what to do with it. They employee many young people that do not have respect for anyone except the clients, as you would expect. They are rude and unfriendly. They charge an absorbent amount for their services. I am from California, good or bad, but I was taught to have respect for my employer. I was a governemnt employee. There is a lack of communication and professionialism in this office. If you don't do what they want, they blackball you. A caregiver is not allowed to make a personal decision in regards to their work status. Everyone has the right to make personal decisions, but this does not make the caregiver evil. It's like a child who doesn't get their way and they retaliate by their actions. This is not accepted in any work place especially in a caregiving company. Caregivers are human just like the employees. This company in Yukon is the worst I have ever worked for in this business. And no matter how hard you work, it doesn't matter. It's all about making money and doing what they want with no consideration for the employees. I suggest you go elsewhere for your needs.

  • Ashley Armfield
    ★★★★★ 2 weeks ago

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