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- by yp1624 Apr 8, '12Hi, I am interested in family lives homecare in ma as a per diem position and was just curious on the starting salary and training provided, etc....
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- Apr 10, '12 by mama.RNif i remember right, nights were almost $33 and change/hr and days were maybe $29-ish, don't remember 3-11, probably 31. if you take a position with benefits, knock about two dollars off the hourly rate.
- Apr 10, '12 by mama.RNmeant almost $34 nights
- Apr 10, '12 by yp1624thanks for the info!!
- Apr 11, '12 by Selene006I did a search within allnurse's private duty forums to find out more about Family Lives, but I didn't find anything. Is this a reputable agency?
- Apr 11, '12 by Sheryl18I see them advertise quite a bit but have never applied, I'm a new LPN and I just don't feel ready to do home care yet. Good luck!!!
- Apr 12, '12 by mama.RNHere's a thread about them...hopefully link will work....
- Apr 12, '12 by MolsLPNQuote from mama.RNIs that RN pay?if i remember right, nights were almost $33 and change/hr and days were maybe $29-ish, don't remember 3-11, probably 31. if you take a position with benefits, knock about two dollars off the hourly rate.
- Apr 13, '12 by mama.RNyes, that's RN pay. i interviewed there as a new nurse and was offered a job. they seemed like decent enough people. so, they provided me with the different RN rates, but don't know about LPN rates. they do also offer loan repayment assistance, good health insurance, tuition assistance, sign-on bonus, various bonuses, and several other benes for full-time (20+hrs). they would be interested in you if you have any experience, even in clinicals, with g-tubes or vents, seizure disorders, persons with disabilities, etc...and if you have a strong interest in pediatrics. one caveat, as a new nurse you have to stay one year or pay them $5,000 to make up for training, etc. that they put into you. i've been told it's never been enforced, though. experienced nurses are not subject to the one year rule.