Children's protective service (Former Employee) – Monroe, MI – 8 October 2017
Children's protective services and foster care workers have to work long hours under high levels of stress. It is not a job for the weak minded. It is hard to see children in abusive and neglectful situations.
New York City Administrative (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – 24 September 2017
After school program services. Recreational activities, homework, writing skills. Healthy snacks, and exercise.
I learnt that every child has his or her own opinion and it's not what they say, it's how they say it. I also learned more about them, like there favorite color/s, and what they would like to be when they grow up. As the owner of my day care, it continue to be managed productively, professionally and safe.
Diversity does not play a role in my care. However, it is very important that staff and I are trained to speak about the world, Science, History, and English as a second language to the youth today and tomorrow. The hardest part of the job is keeping up with each child medical history, story, or condition and not be aware of the situation. The most enjoyable part of the job is when they are prepared to leave my program, they show me their finished homework, assignments, drawing, and last and not least, I get a daily huge twice a day.
Promote balanced learning. Culture awareness, and care
caseworker (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – 13 March 2017
A typical day at the office consist of managing case loads of 40 or more. Completing legal documentation to present to family court. Protect children and ensure their health and safety is being monitored at all time. Ensuring all documentation is in the system as this becomes legal documentation.
Director (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 6 February 2017
a typical day at work is very hectic as worker's deal with ensuring the safety and well-being of children. Most staff is overwhelmed with caseloads and is a constant challenge to keep up with the work.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – 16 January 2017
I provided crisis intervention to clients and families coping with emotional and/or behavioral difficulties and conducted home/school visits to monitor emotional and behavioral stability. I attended Individualized Service Plan meetings, Individualized Educational Plan meetings and Court hearings to advocate for clients’ rights and services
Interim Director (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – 2 July 2015
A typical work day would be overseeing the field operations and management. I've learned to enjoy life and make a difference everyday. Management was easy, the staff was wonderful to work with. Co-Workers were big talkers, I had to limit there visitations from time to time. The hardest part of the job was wearing several hats and the most enjoyable part of the job was working with a cool group of hard working ladies.
Typist II (Former Employee) – Dayton, Ohi – 29 May 2015
I loved this job. A typical day was typing up summaries on families. I learned there is a lot of abuse and neglect going on in the world. Management was great! Co-workers were great! The hardest part of the job was typing up the reports where kids were being abused and neglected. The most enjoyable part was working with my co-workers and supervisor.
Secure placement for children who were removed on emergency basis due to allegations of abuse and neglect
Case worker (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 22 October 2014
We had adequate foster care agencies to work with. Sometimes, there wouldn't be adequate vacancies for higher levels of foster care. We had adequate supervision and guidance for securing placements. We always worked together to secure placements as a team within each unit. The hardest part of the job was placing children who had severe and multiple conditions. The most enjoyable part of the job is placing a difficult children in foster care.
There weren't adequate foster homes; census differed daily.
Outreach Worker (Current Employee) – Blackpool, ENG – 20 January 2014
I don't have a typical day at work, priorities are arranged and planned and families are supported as, and when, they drop in to the centre. I have learnt a host of valuable skills including empathy, empowerment, coaching and guiding and how to complete full family assessments. I am distance managed and work closely with colleagues both within the centre and across the town. The hardest part of my job is when I have to refer the family in to social care. This does not happen often but, occasionally, depsite the best efforts of both myself and the family, a referral has to be made to protect the children. The most enjoyable part of the job is when you see a family change and grow. When the parents are empowered to make changes, no matter how big or small these are, the lives of their children improve.
Social Work Asst (Current Employee) – Dundee – 7 May 2013
I work within a locality children services social work team, covering the east end of Dundee. This had a wide variety of clients and involvement. This ranged from low level investigations to high level child protection issues.
Felt you were making a genuine influence in children's lives.
School/Outpatient Therapist (Former Employee) – arkansas – 14 March 2013
job is disorganized. learned to find another job. management were very detached and not at all productive. coworkers reflected management and morale of job. hardest part of the job is the job was not effective or organized. most enjoyed working with families and the community.
Child Protective Specialist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 24 April 2012
The work day at ACS was unpredictable due to families in serious crisis. I learned great time management and to use time efficiently and wisely. The management team at ACS was supportive, as was fellow co-workers. The most difficult part of the job was removing children from their families. The most enjoyable part was implementing the necessary services to reinforce and redirect families.
Casual/Special Need staff (Current Employee) – Matraville, NSW – 15 December 2011
As a casual staff, I work when the centre calls me for some special need children specially to support child's individual as well as peer activities in participating stimulating play and learning activities.