Going into F.C.R.S. to work is a great experience. You become part of a huge family not only with your co-workers but, also with the individuals that you serve. I learned how to oversee staff, write schedules,do payroll,manage programming and how to work out issue's when they arise. The hardest part of the job is knowing to leave your issue's at the door and to not take things personally. Individuals can read you and you need to always be aware of yourself and not to let your personal life get in the way. The best part are the relationships with the individuals that we provide care for. As I said earlier they become your family. I have worked with many individuals until the passed and am grateful for getting to be a part of their lives for the short time I was blessed with.