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Fast paced, multitasked place to work
NOV-PRES (Former Employee), Tucson, AZFebruary 2, 2014
Work schedule depends on the times your work clients are available. The day can start out with two to three visits. They can be for two to four hours long. The Children's ages can range from infant to seventeen years of age. Can be multiple siblings. You are responsible for transportation too and from the visit. How to be empathetic but professional – more... at the same time. How to work with a culturally diverse population. Co-workers are supportive and respectful.

The hardest part of this job was having to explain to the clients (children) why a parent did not show up to their visit. – less
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Behavioral Health Technician (Current Employee), Tucson, AZAugust 9, 2012
create a plan for the day with the customer
Customer skills
Very helpful
Handling crises
people are friendly and work together.
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Very rewarding job, management is awesome.
Clinical care giver and Clerical Administrator (Former Employee), Prescott, AZJuly 11, 2012
Pros: good work environment. management is awesome.
Cons: seven day work shifts.
Group home setting, a very rewarding job working with special needs adults. I've learned a great deal of patience, and understanding. The company is really appreciative of the employees. I worked seven day shifts and had to stay and live in the group home, so it took me away from home a lot. It was a very demanding position but very humbling dealing – more... with the special needs people I worked with. I've made a great deal of life long friends with many of my coworkers. – less