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Turning Leaf Residential Rehabilitation Services
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 85 reviews and is evolving.


DSP (Direct Support Professional) in Otsego, MI
on July 21, 2021
I love working with the residents they give you a sense of purpose. Everyone is friendly. Helps when other staff are dedicated to the work the preform.
Case Manager Assistant in Lansing, MI
on May 17, 2021
Turning Leaf Residential Rehabilitation Services serves individuals who want to grow and better themselves for a higher quality of life. The DSPs who work in the residents' homes have an important job of taking care of and supporting the residents, and are constantly encouraged and rewarded by the Program Manager to show appreciation for their work. A quality DSP is patient, kind, and willing to help whenever they can. A full team of DSPs creates more schedule flexibility for all people associated, and benefits Turning Leaf as a whole to provide quality teamwork, therefore DSPs' commitment to their shifts is very important. The fluctuation in the number of DSPs on staff is constantly a challenge, but one that Turning Leaf is constantly trying to improve. Management is easy to connect with for any questions or concerns and they take their jobs seriously, truly wanting to provide the best for the residents even when there are outside barriers. Lastly, I personally was a spring 2020 college graduate who started working in the fall of 2020, and the owners have continued to encourage my professional development and help me navigate in finding my career path. My coworkers have been extremely kind, trust-worthy, and uplifiting while I learn new things every day in this field. Most importantly, the residents can sometimes test your patience.. but that is why Turning Leaf if here. They are also fun to talk to and laughing with them brings a sense of happiness and time well spent. I am incredibly thankful for Turning Leaf and all that they do here.
Custodian/Maintenance in Charleston, SC
on March 23, 2021
The people work there as management are very nice they really want to.help people coming back out of persion they help with your thanking skills.and how to be a people's person on and of the job I give turning leaf a dumb up
DSP (Direct Support Professional) in Muskegon, MI
on March 11, 2021
feces and urine in the hallways. Free cigarettes. Violence and fear. Friendly prison. the dsps are nice and helpful, they don't care about employees.
Direct Support Professional in Vicksburg, MI
on January 29, 2021
You’ll fall in love with the residents instantly...which is good because you’re working there all the time. You get your weekly schedule on Thursday or Friday, and then they change it without asking or telling you. Whether is adding on a few hours, or adding an entire extra shift, they will do it. When I started, I was told by a coworker, ‘Oh that’s normal. **** will do that to see how far he can push you’. My advice is to check your schedule daily.

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Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

Are you flexible? As in we are going to give you the worst shifts okay? Do you like working at 1am? How do you feel about volunteering with no pay?

Shared on March 14, 2021

If I had been there before? If I had heard of them before? If I was willing to accept the rate of pay offered?

Shared on August 26, 2020

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