Pros: supervisor worked with me during school
Cons: getting attatched to clients
Working at AWS was very challenging when I first began. It became easier once I understood the clients needs. I have grown very close to my residents, but the hardest part is trying to explain why they cannot do some of the things they want to do. I've learned that disabled people dislike change, and do not cope with it well at all. A typical day I come in count medicine, and cash, clean the house and make sure residents sleep as much as possible through the night then bathe in the morning. I make them breakfast, and give them medicine then transport them to work.