Intensive Special Needs Teacher (Former Employee) – Lawrence, MA – May 16, 2018
The students I worked with came from a variety of towns because programming for them was not available to them due to their needs. The staff was well trained and worked cooperatively with the schools where the classrooms were located.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Methuen, MA – December 28, 2012
Every day was different. There were many programs which I worked with directly. I worked side by side with the director of the program. I also worked closely with the students attending the school. It was a school for special needs students.
Co-workers all worked as a team. Our number one priority was keeping students safe.
Hardest part of the position was dealing with students with deep depression problems.
Enjoyable part of the position was forming a deep bond with all the students.
solving major problems on a daily basis with the "team"..other staff.
Afterschool Program Coordinator/Home Trainer (Current Employee) – methuen, ma – August 29, 2012
A typical day of work is non-existent here. Everyday you face new challenges and new accomplishments.I have learned a lot working here, such as what Autism is, ABA, encouraged me to go get my master's degree. Management-fair, the directors are helpful, encouraging,and focused. Co-worker's-the best! The hardest part of the job, I think, is changing policies like a revolving door. The most enjoyable part of my job-working with the kids and making a difference.