1:1aid (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – January 6, 2016
Honestly this school should not be open! This school pays you pennies and treats you like what you are getting paid. They do not keep teachers safe and do not have enough teachers for students in the classroom. If you get hurt because the students are agressive they give you hard time getting workers comp and try to get rid of you if you get it. They don't care for the teachers in the least and leave them to fend for themselves. On top of the environment is dangerous.
they over work you, they lie on their advertisement about what you will get paid, they donot offer good security for teachers and there are no benefits
Daycare Assistant (Former Employee) – FL – October 20, 2015
-had to watch 3/4 year olds -learned about all the childrens allergy charts -learned where the first aid kit was -some co-workers were nice -cleaning was the hardest part of my job -had to clean toilets,sink,and toys -playing with the children at the playground was enjoyable
ACSI Certified Teacher (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 3, 2015
A typical day was busy and fun working with middle and high school students. Really enjoyed teaching my subject matter of science and bible. I learned from working in this environment to be ready for anything. My co-workers were very encouraging and a great part of having a successful day. The hardest part pf the job was late work nights and weekend work. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to see a student thrive.
Normal school hours. Professional work from all staffs. Great environment to learn about the different needs of students with autism. Everyday is an opportunity to learn and grow within the scope of behavioral intervention and implementation of behavioral change for students. Great support from staffs and great working environment to be in. Job sometimes can be difficult with student behaviors, but great personalities from co workers can make the task seem less stressful and really fulfilling at the end of the day.
Behavior Specialist (Current Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – August 1, 2013
Not a typical job, something new and unique happens everyday. I have learned patience above anything and how to intervene during a crisis. Dealing with high-risk youth is a job that is internally rewarding. Management is great and cares about the kids. You have to be a certain type of person to do this job, meaning you have to be able to forget about your personal life and focus.