Administrative Specialist (Former Employee) – Orchard Park, NY – February 1, 2017
My family and I moved from NY to NC and that's why I left this position. I loved this job and went home with a self satisfaction that I actually made a difference to help someone maintain a normal lifestyle each and every day.
Community Vocational Trainer (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – November 21, 2016
A typical day may both be fun and eventful. Getting along with your co-workers is the key to success. The hardest part of the job is not feeling as though you have made a good enough difference. The most enjoyable is seeing that you HAVE made a difference, and going on fun outings.
Ira specialist (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – October 11, 2016
Very low pay. Healthcare does not cover much, you pay out of pocket for almost everything. Managment and HR department ar3 run very poorly. They promise bonuses and incentives pay that you never recieve. Company is built of lies, very sneaky and sketchy. Upper management is not focused on the disabled individuals they claim to serve.
Pay, Poor managment, improper allocation of funds, HR department
Project Manager Intern (Former Employee) – St. Paul, MN – August 25, 2016
Friendly co-workers, short days and the company gives you a chance to have trainings to grow you professionally. The hardest part of working here is visualizing your career progress in a span of 5 to 10 years. Especially when working with new projects.
Turn of the century home, gives a safe place to be
Mental Health Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Saint Paul, MN 55106 – July 23, 2016
Enjoyably challenging. Masterfully interesting. Metro Transit friendly. Turn of the century home, in a quiet, suburban neighbourhood. You would not know a Social Service Program existed here, if it was not for the quiet sign on the front door.
Behavioral Technician (Current Employee) – Hamburg, NY – July 13, 2016
On a daily basis I am responsible to work as part of a team. This includes nine other staff and two managers. Daily routine is to set up and organize activities for the individuals I serve. With this we also make sure that they are healthy and safe. My daily tasks include, medication administration, electronic documentation of administration, documentation regarding health and well ness of the individuals as well as that of communication via phone or logs to their homes. No day is the same; as I and my team strive to improve the quality of life to the individuals' I service. The Clinical Program manager is patient, kind, understanding and above all else friendly to both the staff and the individuals. Sometimes the toughest part of the job is using physical assistance when required . This is the last resort when someone may become aggressive towards themselves as well as others. The most enjoyable part of the work I do is knowing I have made some form of positive impression with kindness, some form of change that was beneficial and also that I did my job to the best of my ability that day.