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Enjoyable
DSA (Former Employee), Cleveland, NCMay 20, 2014
Nice place to work, great employers, clean and team oriented as well
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Fun place to work.
Direct Support Associate (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCMay 8, 2014
My day at work is relaxing but productive.
I learned redirection strategies
management were very resourceful
teamwork as co workers
job gets challenging at because of working with mentally challenged individuals.
putting a smile on the residents faces.
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Great Place to work you get to work around alot of Clients
Direct Support Assistant (Former Employee), Benson, North CarolinaApril 9, 2014
Pros: free lunch, customer services outtings, and bonuses
Cons: health insurance was not that great.
A typical day at work helping clients with the daily skills, what I have learned is that everybody is not alike and they make their own choices, enjoyed working in management leaved to work with staff and to learn about everyone, My Co-Workers were awesome and very is to work with. The hardest part of my job was trying to please everyone because everyone – more... is not going to be pleased. The most enjoyable part of the job was being helpful and I enjoy Customer Service helping people out and listening to that person. – less
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Very welcoming
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Fresno, CAMarch 28, 2014
Pros: annual company parties, raffles, free lunch
Cons: fluxuating schedule
Very warm and welcoming enviroment, I never dreaded coming in, great place to work and learn new things. Management always had an open door policy, hardest part was the lay off, most enjoyable the pot lucks and annual bonus.
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Important work but in a not so safe environment
Therapist (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCMarch 6, 2014
Pros: much needed help
Cons: workplace safety
difficult working with individuals who are so lost and downtrodened
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program is currently closed
Residential Specialist (Former Employee), Knoxville, TNFebruary 21, 2014
This comapny no longer exist. They have relocated to a diiferent area.
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Good workplace and very productive
Direct Support Professional (DSP) (Former Employee), Trenton, TNFebruary 13, 2014
Pros: wonderful individuals
Cons: short breaks
I learned how to become a more patient person by working with such diverse individuals. There will be times when you are challenged but your co-workers are there to help motivate you. You are apart of a team that will work just as hard as the next person.
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unreal turnover rate
DSA (Former Employee), Cleveland, NCFebruary 3, 2014
RHA only cares about the all mighty dollar, they don't think about the service users at all. There is so much abuse going on in the house and because the management is so afraid to loose their jobs they do nothing about the abuse that they are told about
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Good Job, Poor Management
Energy Advisor (Current Employee), Chico, CAJanuary 28, 2014
Pros: saving people money
Cons: poor management
Job is challenging yet rewarding

Management went through multiple change and also sales techniques are not appropriate
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Caring place
Dietary Aide (Former Employee), La Grange, NCNovember 22, 2013
Pros: n/a
Cons: n/a
Rha is a place where you have to had a heart for the client that live there and just make sure you provide for them. When I cook for the client and they wanted more that was a compliment.
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A Multi-cultural learning experience, diverse, and challenging.
Direct Support Assistant (Current Employee), Maiden, NCNovember 21, 2013
Pros: very much a learning situation.
Cons: sometimes frustration, because can't seem to do enough to help their personal situations.
I have worked with adults that have many challenges in their lives. I have a son with learning disabilities, and these clients are like him, but more pronounced in their disabilities. I have been in a teaching mode of helping these individuals to live everyday life, and dealt with situations that really require a lot of planning and thinking to assist – more... them to have the best outcome possible. I have helped with basic living needs, and assisted them at a vocational setting, where they are able to be productive individuals. Lots of problem solving and anticipation of behaviors to intervene and prevent further behaviors that may cause problems. – less
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Challenge to be able to work with people with disablities
Care Staff Support (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UTSeptember 4, 2013
Pros: free lunches
Cons: very short breaks
Great learing job ,fun working with people who have disablities.
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Productive and a very interesting learning experience.
Direct Support Assistant (Current Employee), Benson, NCSeptember 3, 2013
A day at my job is interesting everyday. The things i do is help pick out clothes to iron for the next day, help them cook, assist with baths, and teach them to be as independent as the next person. I've learned that none of them are different than anyone else. The hardest part of my job is dealing with the different behaviors. The most enjoyable part – more... of my job is being to help someone in need and knowing that everyday with them is something new and wonderful. – less
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Rewarding place to work
DSA (Current Employee), Statesville, NCAugust 27, 2013
Pros: payed outings
Cons: salary
I love the support system and longevity that this job offers. The majority of employees in this company have been employed for longer than 10 years. My co-workers are the absolute best. They become more than just co-workers they're like family. Our service users become like family. The hardest part about this job is dealing with behaviors, but it comes – more... with the territory. However, on a normal day at work it is completely rewarding having fun with service users, and taking them out, watching their faces light-up and having as much fun as they are. – less
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Production work atmosphere
Administrative Clerk (Former Employee), Kannapolis NCAugust 21, 2013
Busy on some days
Learned to be patient with people with mental issues
Great Staff
Easy going job enjoyed family oriented atmosphere
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Loved the Job
Receptionist (Former Employee), Benson, NCAugust 5, 2013
I loved the Job there just was not enough work to keep me busy.
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Feel Good Job, horrible company
Direct Support Professional (Current Employee), Orem, UTAugust 4, 2013
Pros: helping the disabled
Cons: awful management
I worked for this company for two years. I had amazing learning opportunities with the individuals. I learned alot about the many intellectual, mental, and physical disabilities that are out there. I created some amazing personal relationships with the individuals and have lifelong friendships with many of them. This job is a feel good job because you – more... are assisting mentally disabled individuals every day in their normal lives. You can see them learning and growing when providing them with the correct active treatment. Aside from how rewarding this job is, the company is awful in my eyes. They are quick to doubt you, do not give recognition to those who not only do an amazing job at their own duties, but picks up the slack for the others who fail to perform their own duties. I can not think of even one staff who has expressed anything positive about this company, everyone hates working for them, but it is difficult to quit on the individuals. There was once an issue with the administrator at my facility where she had screamed in a staffs face and called her a child. When that staff went to the director of operations he was unwilling to help seek a solution and sided solely with the administrator. Not the type of management I recommend to anyone. They also fail to provide the staff with the materials they need to perform their job duties and active treatment..then jump down their throats for not performing those tasks – less
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Great place to meet people
DSP (Former Employee), Trenton, TNJuly 15, 2013
Pros: easy to get overtime
Cons: couldnt leave on lunch breaks
A typical day at work would be, going in and taking my clients to a day program. what we do at the day program is go over life goals with them, help them with everyday route, and teach them how to manage and count money. When we leave the program, we take them home, cook, clean and take their bath. Working there I've learned how to be a better person. – more... I have better listening and communication skills. I also look at life differently and take nothing for granted. We have a awesome team of co-workers. We always work together. The hardest part of the job would be dealing with behaviours. The most enjoyable part would be seeing them smile and accomplish something you had taught them. – less
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new experience
Direct Care Staff (Former Employee), Statesville, NCJuly 1, 2013
Pros: working and being around them everyday
Cons: people teasing or laughing at them in public
i never worked with the mentally challenged until this job. i loved it though. i felt like i was bettering myself taking care of them. yea i understand that sometimes they can be a handful, but thats only because they have been tormented and teased so they dont really open up to anyone until they feel safe. i loved being around them. they are so sweet – more... and lovable, people just have to stop being mean to them! its not their fault they were born like that, all they want to do is live life like everyone else – less
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Fun atmosphere, good benefits
Job Coach (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCJune 17, 2013
Pros: fun atmosphere
Cons: not competitive pay
The day to day tasks at work can vary. Some days are non stop others can be boring. At times there can be a breakdown in communication among managers. Some of my coworkers are pleasant to be around others would rather not look at you. The most enjoyable part of the job is the coworkers that are pleasant to be around the hardest part of the job is the – more... un enjoyable coworkers. – less