IEI Instructional Supervisor/Administrator (Former Employee) – Montgomery Village, MD – February 26, 2018
CSAAC was an amazing, fun, supportive and educational work opportunity that changed my career. I started at CSAAC as a behavior technician in the Intensive Early Intervention (IEI) department while in undergrad. I quickly worked up to become a supervisor. Working so closely with my colleagues and licensed psychologists, CSAAC has taught me invaluable information about ABA and Autism and I am a better clinician for it. The supervisors are intelligent, supportive and reliable. I loved my work there so much, I went on to become a BCBA myself! I would of stayed if I didn’t have to move out of state. Highly recommend for anyone looking to further their career in any helping discipline.
Supportive, Collaborative, Many learning opportunities, benefits, Fun and Energetic Environment, Rewarding, Quality services
DSP (Direct Support Professional) (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – April 4, 2018
I have nothing to say about the job its a good job but the company lack communication within its own. Management is not the best, and I don't believe they don't like to work with there employees to help keep there jobs.
Special Needs Volunteer (Current Employee) – Torrance, CA – March 1, 2018
Each patient's culture diversities are not typical, so I consider each patient as atypical person and situation. Specially, when I assess the patient, I consider many facts to patient's concern and considerations.
Assist people with developmental disabilities (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – February 15, 2018
the only positive thing about this company is working with the people they support. the compensation isn't even worth coming to work for. The HR department doesn't return calls in a timely manner. your paycheck is almost always wrong and they give your personal information out to anyone in the company looking for coverage for a shift
Direct Support Professional (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – February 2, 2018
understanding management always there to suport you. Work well as a team getting things done for the individuals we serve. Willing to work together to help there staff to make sure they have the trainging and skills for the job.
Janitorial (Current Employee) – Oak Grove, KY – February 1, 2018
Ok place to work just no benifits at all other than paid time off days which you have to earn day shift fast paced second shif a little more relaxed third shift busy doing floors location is very beautiful managment is somewhat ok.
A typical day working at Christ The Good Shepard, is arriving at the church and getting everything ready to start the day. I learned how to be organized and time management. The workplace culture was very interesting the age rage was from small children to working with and older group of people. The hardest part of the job was gathering up all the children and trying to get them to sit down so they can take instructions on how to do the crafts. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing the look on the kids face once they have completed their craft and how happy they looked at their outcome. The management was always fun to work for they helped provided direction when needed.
Internship (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – January 6, 2018
I do intern work as a social work graduate student. Mainly, it includes two parts. First, learn how to help clients in different kinds of service work like benefits application, second language learning, job training etc. Secondly, cooperate with the instructor on major projects and learn how to make improvement in the process.
Direct Care Worker / Synod (Former Employee) – Ypsilanti, MI – January 4, 2018
The managers ( E.B) and supervisors (K.D) were HORRIBLE. they talk to people as if we are beneath them. they make such a laid back, relaxed job the most stressful job you can ever imagine to work at. Horrible! And Synod backs them both to the fulliest, so that makes them horrible too!
Tutoring (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – December 24, 2017
Is very enjoyable and fun and learned that kids can be less stressful sometimes.The management is helpful and workplace culture is relaxing.The hardest part of the job is to deal with kids that dont listen sometimes.
Vocational Counselor/ Support Staff (Former Employee) – Montgomery Village, MD – December 13, 2017
I work as " RSS" residential support staff.My day at work is always busy and challenging. I learn how to be professional and how to assist individuals that need to be helped. The management offer the employees training from time to time. The hardest part of the job is to remain patients through out different individuals and situations at all times. The culture of the workplace is consist of professionalism , respect and hard wprk. The most enjoyable part of the job are the learning experience and the opportunity to help others who are not able to help themselves.
There is no free lunch as such.
Because of the nature of the job, there is break as such.
The volunteer work was very easy and simple. Productive and great time management.The community were very nice and paid on time
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Southfield, MI – November 27, 2017
The volunteer work was very easy. I just had to walk their dogs for two hour bring clean up after them then bring their pets back home back home. Cut their grass mince every two weeks and clean up after myself when I’m done
Site Manager (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – November 15, 2017
There's room for advancement, lots of time off to prevent burn out. The staff for the most part we're good, some bad apples but that's to be expected working in this field (or anywhere, really). The individuals were awesome. I find myself thinking about them often. Just really hated being on call.