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I was a life long experience
Trainer 1 (Former Employee), Winfield, KSAugust 22, 2013
A typical day at Creative Community Living was a normal day other than it was to teach mentally challenged people how to live life to the fullest and teach them right from wrong. What I learned from this experience is that there is people out there that need help and understanding as to why?
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individuals are the best part.
sdsp (Current Employee), El doradoMarch 9, 2013
Pros: individuals
Cons: no raises
Individuals are the best part of CCL. You learn so much about them they all have AWESOME personality. It can be very stressful bc most days you are on the go and seems like you don't get a break. The days go by smoother when there is teamwork which Some Co worker are very good at but others not so well. Your meals and activities are paid for which is – more... good. There are a lot out pros and cons but what job doesn't. – less
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In home of long term patients with DD/MR and medical conditions
LPN (Current Employee), Winfield, KSFebruary 17, 2013
Pros: 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off
Cons: no room for growth and salary
Work in home with long term patients requiring a 24hr nursing for medical conditions. Small patient staff ratio. Good overall management. No room for upward advancement.
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Interesting environment
Direct Support Professional (Current Employee), Winfield, KSFebruary 5, 2013
Pros: working with residents
Cons: short breaks, healthcare
I enjoy working for this company when I started there is a lot of issues throughout the day you have to work through and this job can be very stressful. Usually the day starts off slow but it can pick up quite easily and become hectic. I have learned quite a bit from this job just being in a nursing field is different, taking care of the residents is – more... the best part of the job you build a bond with each person. Keeping staff in this particular job is hard, most people get into this position and realize they can not handle it. – less
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out going job
Health Care Provider (Current Employee), Arkansas City, KSFebruary 4, 2013
Pros: benifits
Working with the handicap is different but get to help them reach there full potential at all tasks. I enjoy the work i do but can be stress full at times.
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Assisting individuals with their daily lives.
Direct Support Professional (Former Employee), Winfield, KSDecember 17, 2012
Pros: free meals, paid outings
Cons: strict attendance policy, short staffed.
I changed, repositioned, and showered the individuals. I had one co worker with me. There were a total of 4 individuals and I had two individuals and she had two also. We did alot of teamwork. The hardest part of my job was when one of the individuals passed away. The most enjoyable part of it was being able to spend time with them everyday and know – more... that they were being taken care of. – less
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Takes a special kind of person
Direct Support Professional (Former Employee), El Dorado, KSOctober 3, 2012
Pros: individuals
Cons: environment
I loved the individuals but it was a dangerous environment and the staff was not properly trained to help in dangerous situations. The class they take for meds is not adequate.