I learned a lot working in this environment.
Pros: bright cheery at sv, good quality standard of care
Cons: darker ambiance at sh, politics with management
They provide good training
There are diverse occurances throughout a workday-- each day is a new day.
Management, depends on circumstance and manager if you have challenges, a good supportive manager can make all the difference
Most employees dedicated to quality care for seniors -- NO ATTITUDES (very nice)
Hardest part of the job persistent patience – more... with high maintenance individuals, occasionally directive information doesn't trickle down the subordinate chain, detaching from some people
Most enjoyable knowing that you make a difference in the lives of aging adults and their quality of life. Meeting and supporting those individuals, getting to know them and their rich history. – less