Working with individuals with disabilities is not for everyone, including some of the current employees, but for those who don't mind assisting them with personal hygiene (with showers or changing diapers) the job is very easy throughout the day. The company is relaxed on taking time off of work, but you need your shifts to be covered or give time in advance. That's why they have "On-call" staff. At the group home I worked at, the individuals were friendly, but the staff was a pain in my butt to be honest. They didn't follow the rules, but forced new employees to do so, and were also flat out disrespectful. Staff members would tell me to shut up, make ignorant comments regarding other staff and the individuals, and would not make incident reports for every incident. The pay is the same as minimum wage, so the wage is low, compared to our job description, but it is way more rewarding than working in fast food or retail. HR department is friendly.