Just my opinion of the two agencies I had worked for:
The positive side is you might
be able to work somewhat close to home and pick
the days and hours you are willing to work.
"jumping into a new situation eveyday is not for me along with a different place of work daily"
I was with some patients for weeks and months, some visits were to cover for another nurse who had the day off.
The downside can be the agency will pay you per visit. Sometimes you are in and out without a problem; other times when you get a 'chatter' you could be longer.
Supplies are 'somewhere are here', or even worse, not available.
Supplies may be delivered to the patient or you might have to bring them from the agency's office.
Some cases might be seen at 6 or 7 am or at 8 or 9 PM.
Some of the cases can be in the worse part of town.
Agencies may or may not pay for travel expenses (i.e., gas), and/or (your driving/travel/not working) time between cases.
And the paperwork ... sometimes completed at the assignment, sometimes not ... example: waiting for the doctor to return your call.
Personally, I no longer do home cases. I'm now in a LTC facility. My hours are the same each day I work. I drive to the LTC facility and home again.