nice and comfortable environment working together to enhance the lives of the less fortunate
Case Worker (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 16, 2015
Working with the homeless was rewarding in helping them achieve life goals. This job was instrumental in giving assistance to those in need and that made the job rewarding for me. Co-workers all seem to have this objective in mind which made comfortable to be a part of the team
Lead Staff (Current Employee) – Nazareth, PA – April 12, 2015
I manage to double my salary with working so hard, and putting in many hours-it does pay off. I work well with my co workers, and my staff. My clients adore me, sometimes it can be a stressful job, but we have each others backs and are willing to step in if we another staff stressed out. Hardest part of the job is not taking the job home with you, most enjoyable part of the job is putting a smile onh your clients faces!
unit Director (Former Employee) – Medford, MA – February 12, 2015
A typical day at work for me were to oversee seven houses. I usually would be on site to at least three of my houses per work day. I usually speak with staff and speak with some individual. It's usually a fun day because I get to find out what's going on in that individual's life and to see how they are accomplishing their goals..I also get to check in with the Site Managers and the staff to see if they need to talk with me about new medications, new job site, family and doctor's information, training of new staff etc...
flexiable work schedule
not enough good professional relief staff available
Behavioral Health Consultant (Former Employee) – York, PA – February 10, 2015
There was no support from administrative staff. The main office is in Philly and I was in York. The staff in Philly had no idea what was happening in the York office and made rash decisions based on what one person told them.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Metairie, LA – February 4, 2015
different culture the owner and her husband the doctor will yell employees in front of everyone when they get mad instead of bringing the employee to the office if its my self its embarrassing if its other employee you feel very bad for them.
Direct Staff (Former Employee) – Nazareth, PA – January 13, 2015
Greeting clients, assist in ADLs, driving clients to assigned that they program or doctors appointments. What you learn depends on the given day. Management was very good because the manager is hands on and caring of the staff. completed task a with co-worker as a team. Hardest part of the job is when a client has a bad day because are clients with mental disabilities. Most enjoyable part of the job is during community activities with clients.
I enjoyed my job when I was working I helped people who could not or had trouble taking care of themselves who had some kind of disabilities. I enjoyed shopping for them and taking them out in the community. There were some who were on medication and I made sure that they received them. Until I injured my back I had no problems. However I can no longer do this job and so I now need to change my career. I have had two back operations which has limit me in my movements. I took classes in medical claims and coding to obtain employment that I can do at home. I would like to do some cut and paste or the insurance claims. I have a computer and I have access to the internet. I would like if possible to be able to do this work from wherever I am at as long as I can get on the internet.
had to travel, got lots of good job training, staff working together as a team, good working with the family members of each clients.
healthcare insurance could have been better, management and staff relationship could have had better communication.
My experience at Resources for Human Development was a great one. It was family oriented with the best clients i have ever came across. My only problem was the pay and wanted to find a position with a course i completed.
Site Supervisor (Current Employee) – Nashville Tennessee – December 10, 2014
RHD is an ok place to work. I enjoy my job when working with the clients we serve and helping them achieve their goals. The hardest part of the job is not having enough support from management. The most enjoyable part is knowing that I am helping someone in need.
Residential Support Staff (Current Employee) – Bethlehem,PA – November 27, 2014
My day at work depends on the shift, This is an open policy company. It is very difficult to single out the Director from other employees. The Director sits together with other supervisors in the same open office. Employees are friendly and assist one another as need may arise. The hardest part of the job is when I want pass a message to a consumer but realize that the consumer is not verbal. I just feel that I am not worth working around.
I love working with young and difficult consumers because they believe that I understand their problems because of my age.
yes, we prepare meals and eat together as a family.