Accessible Home Services
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Direct Support Professional in Austintown, OH
on October 16, 2018
This is the worst company I have ever worked for. They give you no benefits, no paid time off. Management is very unprofessional and talk down to us like we are children. The owner is literally invisible. Doesn’t come around to check on staff and take our concerns. They definitely don’t pay enough for the work they make us do. They don’t give raises so don’t expect to further in this company.
DSP (Direct Support Professional) in Ashtabula, OH
on October 8, 2021
They take money from You for training you don’t even get! Poor management and never listen to concerns for the client! Horrible place to work! They pretend like they care about you up front but in all reality they don’t care at all! Very unprofessional place to work. Probably my worst experience in the dsp field! It’s a shame the clients come last
DSP in Ohio
on September 28, 2021
Either lack of communication with something important or over communication for something simple or common sense. Information changes weekly, sometimes daily depending on who you are speaking with.
Day program in Austintown, OH
on August 22, 2021
I’m unsure when the new owner took over but I’ve been with them at the day program since November 2019. I enjoy going to work everyday and interacting with my individuals, their guardians and families. It can be challenging at times but when that happens I phone my supervisor and inform them of my needs and get what I need to do my job properly. It’s Monday through Friday and never any weekends or evenings so I have free time for friends and family. The pay is better everyone else in the area and I have health insurance and an IRA.
Day Staff in Austintown, OH
on June 22, 2021
This place was the most misleading place that I have ever worked.Firstly, I was informed at my 90 days, I would get increased in my wage. That actually never occurred as indicated at the time of interview. Owner only acknowledged the fact that I was wearing sweat pants at the day program due to it being to humid to wear jeans while chasing a client from one end of the building to the next. He did not fully acknowledge the fact that we were getting absolutely railroaded at the day program due to a severe lack of staffing. Overall, my biggest complaint would be the identity of this program. I cannot make sense of this place at all. You cannot mix certain personalities with others. My experience here seemed like empty promises and too many politics within the company.

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