Shandy Clinic
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  • CEO
    Laura Franklin
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
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  • Headquarters
    Colorado Springs, CO
  • Link
    Shandy Clinic website
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Patient Coordinator in Colorado Springs, CO
on July 19, 2022
Very understanding and flexible. Not enough time to get what you need done and a stressful work environment. Management is ok and therapists are cliquey.
Speech Language Pathologist in Colorado Springs, CO
on October 3, 2022
Company was great when I started, but after it sold it went downhill with so many empty promises. High therapist turnover, so more demands were placed on those that stayed. Company did incentivize therapists with perfect day/week bonuses (a perfect week for an SLP was 64+ sessions).
Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) in Monument, CO
on September 28, 2022
I will always miss having this job because I never realized how organized and professional they are compared to other ABA clinics. The supervisors are always available for your support and you get constant feedback in whichever way you tell them you prefer. You always know how to improve and what you do well at when you work with your clients at the shandy clinic.
Registered Behavior Technician in Pueblo, CO
on August 29, 2022
This company is definitely going down and fast. They cut out a lot of benefits and have been closing centers and firing departments of people at a time. They also changed several policies to make it harder to take time off even if its an emergency. Doctor’s notes don't matter, so that absence is going to cost you your hours for the rest of the week. Your hours aren’t guaranteed for the week if you have to call out even if its for 15 minutes to fix a flat tire. And you’re definitely gonna want to hang on to those hours because you only accrue 1 hour of paid time off for every 30 hours you work. Management has no idea what's going on and they don’t provide support even when you ask for it. The kids are incredibly sweet but that's the only redeeming thing about this job. I worked at one of the locations and have filled in at many others for weeks at a time because the turn over is so bad but they keep bringing new clients on anyway. The pay isn't where it needs to be to make this huge inconvenience of a company worth working for. I would only recommend this place as a placeholder/temporary job so that you don’t have a gap in your resume before you jump to a better company. Things were great in the beginning and they’ll promise all these great upgrades and opportunities and rewards but none of it will come and if it does, it won’t be what was promised. I’m pretty disappointed that this place didn’t live up to the hype but at least I see it’s flaws in enough time to jump ship.
Physical Therapist in Colorado Springs, CO
on August 4, 2022
Shandy was a great place to work at initially, my direct teammates became my best friends. Great place to start off as a new graduate. However, staff turn-over is a problem right now hence the multiple openings in ST, OT, PT, admin, and patient schedulers. 10 hour days can be long and daunting but the 3 day weekends make up for it. PT and OT staff are given a 45 minute "admin time" for documentation however it is during your lunch and is not enough time to complete documentation impeding on your work-life balance. If you are good at documenting during patient appointments it works out however know that it impedes on the quality of care you can provide to your patients which goes against their company culture and motto. They don't have any clear good policies in place for behaviors such as biting, kicking, hitting and just have an incident report that never gets followed up on. Majority of your clients will have autism and behaviors which can be difficult to provide treatment to. Starting salaries are incredibly low compared to other companies (60k -low 70k range whereas other companies start at above 70k). Benefits are very poor with outrageously high deductibles and copays. The company has had two bouts of layoffs in the past year (the most recent one about 13 layoffs). They also got rid of their ABA program at one of the clinics and moved their administrators to work from home. All efforts to increase revenue and reduce finances. Our clinic manager told us it is expected that more big changes are coming and they are nervous as well. The company is pushing for high productivity and to see as many patients as you can with some doubling up to increase revenue as it is evident they are hurting financially. I am guessing they are playing catch-up from paying staff during COVID-19 with limited patients seen as well as reimbursement changes for PTA/COTAs. The turn-over of staff right now is incredibly high due to this as well as poor pay/benefits. The directors for PT and OT (based off communication with OT staff) do not have reasonable experience to provide adequate communication, and fit the role of a director. They had two previous directors who left the company who were excellent fits. The CEO seems very unprofessional in her appearance and is always trying to be super positive but is evidently struggling as well. I truly fear for this company's future. I will say it may be a great place for new graduates to learn and start off in, but they just restructured orientation and training from 6 weeks of slowly building caseload to a full caseload built within 4 weeks probably to keep productivity up and revenue up as well. They have an excellent bonus program to offset your low salary if you see 9/10 hours of patients a day but expect to burnout quickly if you are consistently meeting 100% productivity. Burnout is real here.

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