Life Skills Tech (Current Employee), North Little Rock, AR – September 6, 2014
Pros: good benefits
Cons: not enough pto
Hands on interaction with helping better physically challenged children gain more independence is the most enjoyable part of this job. Rather its teaching them how to feed themselves, how to walk, stand, dress themselves or positively interact with others. It can be very beneficial and life changing if you have the courage and heart to make a difference – more... in a young child's life. – less
Trainer (Former Employee), North Little Rock, AR – May 29, 2013
Pros: helping the children
Cons: some of the children were contagious when they got sick.
Took care of severally mentally and physically handicapped children by running educational programs with them that involved everyday life skills. I kept documentation of their progress and functions throughout the day. I placed them in different therapeutic chairs depending on their disability and what their program called for. The children lived at – more... the facility so we bathed them and fed them.
I learned to care for these children and enjoyed helping them.
Management was caring when it came to the children and safety was important.
My co-workers were cheerful and caring people.
The hardest part of my job was when my children got sick and didn't feel well or seemed sad.
I enjoyed caring for the children and helping them. – less
I loved working with the children and the crew that I supervised during the weekend shift. Unfortunately, the upper management did not lead by example
Shift Supervisor (Former Employee), North Little Rock, AR – September 21, 2012
I absolutely loved working with my team on the weekend. We had such a strong sense of team unity and a willingness to help one another with no questions asked. We were a cohesive unit because of my unbiased, fair, and respectful leadership style. I worked my way up through two promotions so my colleagues knew that they could count on me to jump in and – more... work just as hard when they needed me. Apart from the administration, the most difficult part of the job was usually getting all the kids ready to go home for the holidays. It was very hectic, but at the same time, they were absolutely worth it. I miss working with them very much. – less
LPN (Current Employee), North Little Rock, AR – July 6, 2012
This facility house 55 handipap children with a wide range of disabilities. I have learned to take care of children with trachs, physical and mental disabilities, limited range of motions, and nonverbal. The hardest part about the job is all most all of the children are nonverbal and unable to tell you what is wrong or where they hurt. The most enjoyable – more... part of the job is getting to know the children and their needs. – less