A typical day at work for me would be taking the individuals I support and enjoying our day with what my manager has planned.
I have learned how to work in group home settings providing support with socialization, assisting patients with daily living tasks and helping to foster independence, providing support for people with developmental and learning disabilities, autism, mental illness, cerebral palsy, physical disabilities, epilepsy and/ or traumatic brain injuries.
My co-workers are great and with their outburst they bring to work each and every day makes work that much easier.
The hardest part of my job is making sure the individuals I support supervision levels are ALWAYS met.
The most enjoyable part of my job is getting outdoors with the individuals I support and staying active.