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management does not care about their employees
COTA (Former Employee), Catskill ChathamSeptember 15, 2013
Pros: loved working wifh children
Cons: no job security have to make sure everything is in writing
No job security. They do not have their employees backs will leave you out in the cold. Keep all e mails and have everything in writing before you agree to anything
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fun workplace!!!
Medical Billing Specialist (Former Employee), El Cajon, CAApril 23, 2013
Pros: work hours
Cons: no healthcare benefits
a typical day at work was always fun and exciting.
co workers were always great team players. management needs some improvement.
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stressful, physically demanding therapy job
COTA/L (Current Employee), Albany, NYJuly 25, 2012
Pros: flexible hours
Cons: not enough paperwork time allotted during 40-hour week, consistently working unpaid overtime
I drive to 3 different schools, hauling toys and equipment to each location. I provide therapy services in whatever room is available to me at the time; a library, a cafeteria, a hallway, a stage, etc. I rarely see co-workers. Interacting with the children I treat is the most enjoyable part of my day.
The hardest parts of my job are the psychological – more... stresses of being the middle-man between a school district and a therapy company without the real support of either; being assigned too large a caseload to effectively carry over and follow through with the needs of each student and the fear of losing my job if I cannot "hack it," coupled with the physical demands of hauling equipment while rushing between schools. Resources such as a computer are not readily available, although required to complete manadatory notes and paperwork on a daily basis. – less
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Caring, Nurturing, Organized and Professional work place
Clinical Manager of Speech Language Pathologist (Former Employee), Albany, NYFebruary 15, 2012
Pros: supportive of employees and their family
Cons: inconsistent with expectations of size of caseload
Dedicated & knowledgable staff; supportive administration; dedicated to the education of children with special needs; sensitive to family needs; excellent evaluation teams; highly organized administrative assistance staff and coordinators of clinical services