I've been my Mom's primary caregiver for over 9 years and at the end of my ropes as most of us are. My Mom is on a lot of meds, I have also managed them for 8 years. I finally hire a caregiver from what I thought was a reputable agency (and would love to give names) to help out in the evenings. Thought things were going good for 2 weeks. That Friday evening, the aid called in sick with family issues. Saturday morning, I discovered approx. 80-100 oxycodone pills missing from the bottle. Only 3 people had been in the house since I last checked them - my sister, my husband and the caregiver. Reported the theft to the police, discovered $ cash missing from a bedroom. Called agency to report what had happened, stated I was not making any accusations, but based on what happened I was termination our relationship with the agency. Also turns out the caregiver was the scheduler's niece, who had just moved to the area. Husband was looking for work to support kids, but money was obviously tight. My Mom really liked this young lady and is devastated by the betrayal and deceit. My mom struggles with bad depression to begin with and this just sent her over the edge. At this time she will not even consider another caregiver, understandably. My problem too, is how do I ever trust another agency. I feel like people lie and tell you anything you want to hear so you will hire them. And it's frustrating that I feel that I can't write a review concerning this agency because I really have no proof, but I would sure like to prevent other people from being hurt. Guess, just looking for new ideas, thinking out of the box, trying to find a solution.