Requires constant multi-tasking and prioritizing, large caseloads but extremely supportive team. Must perform comprehensive assessments for all individuals on caseload, Complete home visits per plan of care, Provide phone triage services, Monitor medication administration records, conduct staff trainings & delegations where needed, Provide clinical supervision to assigned LVN staff and Provide minor first aid and emergency support to clients in the day habilitation program.
autonomy and flexibility, supportive team and management
Certified Family Partner (Current Employee) – Rosenberg, TX – October 27, 2017
Texana Center serves many counties and makes a definate difference to the communities in Southeast Teaxas. Training is very good and up to date and employees are very interested in using skills learned to better assist those people in the community they serve.
broker of services (Former Employee) – Brookshire, TX – September 4, 2017
Texana Center is an agency that appears to be more concerned with numbers than with providing excellent customer service to clients. I acquired additional skills working with the mental health populations and those individuals who were in crisis on a daily basis.
I had the ability to customized my engagement time with clients
Great Employees ! Hostile environment due to unrealistic work demands
Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Rosenberg, TX – August 17, 2017
I would not recommend working for this company if it was the last job to work for on the face of this earth! The turnover rate is extremely high. Employees are very frustrated with the demands from the management! BENCHMARKS are set up for failure and the constant reminders of being terminated due to failure to meet the unrealistic benchmark is a continued drive to the high turnover rate. This company only cares about revenue vs quality care for the clients they serve. It's become nothing but a self made call center ....calling families just to harasse them to talk about services for the sole sake of billing Medicaid. They expect you to do 12 hrs of work in an 8 hr day. Overtime is not expected unless you clearly can justify it and with prior approval. Very little support from upper management . Love the clientele !
They don't trust their employees, compensation, benefits, paid hourly vs salary
HOUSEPARENT II (Current Employee) – Sealy, TX – August 12, 2017
Sometime it's an productive and fun workplace and sometime it's not. Getting along with co-worker. Taking care of the consumers and when they have an smile on there face and thank you for doing a good job of taking care of them.
Family Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee) – Rosenberg, TX – July 19, 2017
The upper management is a joke. You will have no support on things that are clearly being done wrong and against the law. Basically they play favorites and cover-up for people who are doing things illegally. The rules, policies and procedures only apply to those who are not in the inner circle.
Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Rosenberg, TX – July 14, 2017
A typical day is trying to fit 10 hours of work into 8, but not being allowed to work overtime, and if you work over by 15 minutes, having to get the director to sign off on it, no flexibility unless for your clients, no support from management at ANY level. None. They don't care about their employees, moral is absolutely horrible, and even though they talk about being a team, The hardest part of the job is when changes are implemented by a certain date, and support is no where around when there are questions. System delays, which delays our work, guardian calls, provider calls, constant unplanned kinks in our days, and we are still expected to get everything. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with the IDD population and making a difference in their lives. The reviews above are probably managers reviewing because turn-over is so high, and they need new employees. Don't stop here. Keep searching because you can definitely find better.
HCS Service Coordinator (Current Employee) – Rosenberg, TX – May 15, 2017
Great place to work but hard to keep up with the demands of the job. You must love typing because it will be a lot of it. You must be able to multi take and have a great memory, but overall a good place to work.
Great people to work with.
It is hard to take breaks and the driving is constant.
The kids are the only reason you stay as long as you do. Management only think of you as workers. If not for the bcbas who take the time out to tell you that you are appreciated not all but some. Some staff with eduction don't have to do much but show up. It's the workers who are pushed every day.
Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts (Current Employee) – Austin, TX (satellite office) – March 16, 2017
The folks that work for Texana are caring and concerned people, trying to make a positive change in their community. Folks come to work with a positive attitude and are committed to making a difference in the lives of others.