Hudson Valley DDSO
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  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
    Nursing Care Facilities
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Rating overview

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Direct Support Professional in New York, NY
on March 25, 2021
I love it there because all training are done at a timely manner. There's a lot of resources on the job website I would recommend this agency. You get a lot of time per year
Direct Care Staff in Middletown, NY
on November 8, 2021
It’s okay regular DSP work. I enjoy the house I was placed in and never have any problems with coworkers or management. They work well with your schedule and can be understanding. The down side is when you’re mandated, sent to another house, or held. I believe if they did not have mandations this job would be better because you would have a better work life balance. I only encourage those who have grown kids that can take care of themselves or single people to apply.
Direct Care Worker in Golden's Bridge, NY
on March 9, 2021
Seeing the clients progression day to day is awesome. Unfortunately management does not listen to their staff enough. Different shifts are pitted against each other on purpose. The union is a joke. Management does not care if you get mandated to stay and with some houses losing good people because of how they are treated this happens quite a bit.
Direct Support Assistant Technician in Stony Point, NY
on March 21, 2020
The people who work there are always wonderful, but it feels as if more red tape and bureaucracy is added every year. The pay is average, but the overtime can be brutal. Though, I only work part-time The Final thought is that you are only really a person until after you got through probation otherwise you're just a body.
Direct Support Aide in Chester, NY
on March 7, 2020
This is a good company to work for. They provide opportunity. They have scheduled both full time and part time. Days, evenings and night shifts. Great health benefits. This is a good company to work for. They provide opportunity. The job that we do is helpful to disabled adults

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