I would think there would be an orientation from the Home Health
Agency that you are working for. Certainly they don't plan to just hand you a folder of papers and turn you loose. That would be wrong. As former HH Supv, I would take the newbies out on visits with me. That way they become acquainted with my patients and the paperwork involved.
It pays to have a city map in your car and plot out your visits by locale.
Always call your patients before you come to visit so that they have a time
frame when to expect you and ask them for specific directions. Also, call them if you find yourself running late. As you become close to your patients and their families, they worry about you too, and if you're late they begin to
Home Health is one of the most rewarding experiences in the medical profession. Have a great time!!!!