I would help disabled clients to reach their goals in their individual service plan, I learned how to develop a routine for each client that would help them overcome their aggressive behavior. Management isn't very good at communicating their needs and doesn't take accountability for giving the wrong information, the co-workers needed to be constantly told not to bully other co-workers a very in-professional environment. The hardest part of the job was not having any communication with management or staff, the most enjoyable part was making a change in your clients life.
Working with a diverse community and giving back to them.
No communication and no consistancy.