Keeping my head up as a new caregiver.
I just started an "career" in care-giving for Home Instead for over two months. This is just one of my three part-time jobs to support my family as a divorce parent. I know that I have the right attributes for this type of industry. Like any job, there are the negative aspects. As I give my best efforts of care giving and represent Home Instead, I find myself in awkward situations with clients. For example, being accused of stealing (I immediately reported this and asked not to work with this client again right after my shift was over with) and not locking the door when the client let me outside the door (I was told that the client's son reported this and therefore I can't take care of his mother anymore). These are just a few. I'm still getting more assignments so there must be some good reports that I'm not hearing about. LOL Just how do I keep my head up and have a positive attitude and not be in fear of being terminated?