Pros: busy work day, constant exploring of nyc.
Cons: poor communication between departments, low pay, poor benefits
o Work with individuals who have suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury and help them achieve a personal level of independence, redevelop life and social skills, and maintain the dignity of the human person.
o Developed meaningful life-skill oriented curriculum for individuals which will be used throughout the AHRC organization in the departments for individuals with developmental disorders.
o Supervise community outings to assist individuals with their social skills, money managements, and healthy habits and to provide a safe environment.
o Keep detailed case notes on a number of individuals to record their progress in reaching their self-set goals and provide documentation of individuals’ improvement and/or deterioration in a variety of areas in regards to their health, mobility, life and social skills so as to provide the best individualized program for that individual.
o Participate in bi-annual meetings of an individual’s social worker, home care representative, state services representative, and family which address their overall progress and future needs.