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Services Coordinator (Current Employee), Cincinnati, OHMarch 27, 2013
Pros: they are very flexible when it comes to work and family
Cons: you'll always have differences with people and it's easy to get bulldozed over
I enjoy the people that I work with and the people that comes through the doors every day.

The hardest part is working with people that at the end of the day they want handouts and they don't want to work to get something better.

The best thing is seeing the change in a person as they become something better and achieving their dreams
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Smartlab Services Coordinator (Current Employee), Cincinnati, OHMarch 27, 2013
Pros: they are very flexible when it comes to work and family
Cons: you'll always have differences with people and it's easy to get bulldozed over
I enjoy the people that I work with and the people that comes through the doors every day.

The hardest part is working with people that at the end of the day they want handouts and they don't want to work to get something better.

The best thing is seeing the change in a person as they become something better and achieving their dreams
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Job Coach/Rehab Aide (Current Employee), Cincinnati, OHAugust 21, 2012
Pros: the pros working for easter seals tristate are effective communication, team work, professionalism, trainings, and positive environment.
Cons: the cons are not getting challenging assignments and responsibilities.
A typical day at work is taking daily attendance for individuals with developmental disabilities in the morning and afternoon for billing. I monitor individuals throughout the day and assist them with their breaks and lunches by heating in the microwave. I learned from working with individuals with developmental disabilities you have to have problem – more... solving and excellent communication skills. I think management is helpful when a new individual comes to work by informing me about their deficiencies and communicating information about trainings. I think my co-workers are great because they're professional and team players. The hardest part of the job is being able is trying to get an individual with behaviors to adhere to rules and not be defiant. I enjoy being able to see an individual have success by getting a job out in the community. – less