Worked one to one with clients on ADL skills and future goals. Learned medication management and taught med skills to clients. Reviewed scheduling to ensure coverage was there for all shifts. Learned to deal with people from all different backgrounds - domestic abuse, trauma, addiction issues and how to flex my teaching ability to match their specific needs. Management was not the best - lots of micromanaging and not trusting seasoned staff to do a job.
Co workers were fabulous. Got along well with everyone and all had respect for each other. Hardest part of the job was seeing that someone had the ability to succeed, but not the drive to do so. Most enjoyable was seeing someone pick themselves up and move on to bigger and better things.
One to one time with clients