What is it like to work at Anderson School?

3.0Work/Life Balance
2.5Job Security/Advancement
Helping hands
Written by Para professional (Former Employee) from Hyde Park, NY on October 22, 2014
To help those affected by the spectrum (ASD)
Assisted residents with ADls as well supporting them with any or all activities of daily living needs.

The job could be gratifying and depressing at times. There is so much that needs to be understood about the conditions and proper drugs that could improve the quality of life for the population.
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