Working in home care is alot different than working in a nursing home or a hospital. You certainly have more autonomy and less oversight for your actions and omissions in home care which can be a positive or a minus. Home care nursing isn't for everyone. I am seeing more cases and receiving more inquiries about home care issues than I used to in the past.
Professional boundary violations, practice deficiencies, allegations of drug theft, failure to perform CPR, mismanagement of medication, fraudent documentation, misuse or theft of patient property, ineffective communication with physicians and other team members, failure to use patient equipment in the proper manner, etc.
If you are transitioning into home care from another practice setting make sure you have a proper orientation and ask tons of questions. IMHO, a proper orientation isn't shadowing someone for a day or two and a day of paperwork and videos in the office.