My suggestion? Don't even consider Home Health until you have some experience under your belt. The children that are at home are usually what we term "medically fragile" with multiple procedure that need to be done. Most have trachs and G-tubes. Would you know what to do if the trach became dislodged or the the G-tube fell out. These both need ot be replaced immediately.
Even though an agency may offer you a position, the insurance companies are paying for experienced nurse in that area, so run the risk of being sued for insurance fraud, if it would come down to it. Especially since they are paying for someone with experience.
Some things to consider.....................
Remember the agency is considered with placing a body so that they make money on the shift, your license is at stake and you have worked too hard
to get it. An dcould just as easily lose it.
Please do a search on the Home Health site for other threads on this same topic. And you will hear the same things that I am saying form the experienced nurses on this board.
And Yes, I have done Home Health for pediatrics, as well as new born check ups. And HH for adults.