Autism Services Employee Reviews

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group home with 6 clients with autism patients
In-Home Aide (Former Employee), Raleigh NcMarch 5, 2015
Autism services is for helping the Patients with disability with autism ...you have your high functions and lows.i make sure they reach new goals and also learn how to be independent. I cook for them and help them wash their clothes and learn how to make there beds,all the thing they still do with a normal life ...i enjoy working with them.
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Great entry position
Contract worker (Current Employee), Huntington, WVNovember 19, 2014
Learned to work well with others, pay attention to detail and how to stay well organized. Teaches you how to handle diversity along with using your common and academic knowledge to solve problems while helping others. Great opportunity to help serve the community.
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teacher (Former Employee), williamsville NYMarch 2, 2013
Pros: good director of the program/ and the children
Cons: low pay, stressful job, false accusation of abuse often and close minded
not a good place to work--very close minded, poor lower management although upper management appears to be good. Jealousy between higher staff and lower staff and false accusation of abuse appear often due to the lower staff and the need to feel empowered.

The human resource team is good, upper management is good and the children are wonderful but not worth it due to the stress and mismanagement of the lower staff. I would not recommend this facility.
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Potential to be a fun work place
Habilitation Technician (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCMay 1, 2012
Pros: community activities
Cons: not enough time spent in community
I feel there should be more room for advancement based on your education, skills and abilities for work with the population. Also there should not be favortisim amoust your peers I feel that is why allot of people do not get to advance......