Autism Support Assistant (Current Employee) – Thomasburg, ON – 29 January 2017
This job requires a lot of physical work including restraints. You do get to take the individuals on community outings; however with a lot of individuals you need to be aware of surroundings and on guard all of the time.
Autism Assistant (Current Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 14 November 2016
Everyday work is quite interesting but sometime demanding, but the bottom line is the passion to care for people and make them happy. i enjoy working with disability because it shows that i have contributed positively to people's life.
Community Supports Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 April 2016
Kerry's Place is a great place to start your career as they offer opportunities to grow professionally. Some people provided support and opportunities to learn and fostered independence in their team. The most enjoyable part of the job was supporting the individuals and having a great team to work with.
Autism Support Worker (Current Employee) – Orangeville, ON – 10 December 2015
Great place to work, you gain a lot of experience. Definitely a great place to work especially if you are in social services/ psw field. Make sure to ask a lot of question when getting trained, sometimes people just assume you know what you're doing. Depending on the house you work in staff is incredibly supportive, and love to help. Really good place to work if you are patient, kind, caring and extremely outgoing!
Helping others, very supportive team and management.
Hard to get shifts covered when needed, pay could be better considering all the work you do.
A warm, welcoming work environment for disabled children to learn.
Swimming Instructor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 May 2015
Although it was a short stay, the working environment of the facilities were always in perfect condition and the staff was never short of hands. Each child had plenty of time with the tutors under a clear view of their parents/guardians. The best part of the job was being able to work with the children, and knowing that each of us was helping them learn to socialize. The hardest part, was admittedly getting the children to stay in the showers long enough to wash away the chlorine. From this workplace, I learned how to manage groups of people, and gained confidence in working with others.
Support worker (Current Employee) – Brampton ontario – 14 June 2014
A typical day at work start by setting goals for the day,makeing sure the indiviual is in a good mood before taking them out.outing into the commmuity and supporting indiviuals with daily living.outing like mall. doctors appointment, for a walk are any program my indiviual have like dance,swiming.Management is easy to get a hold of when there is need.We have a very friendly envirnment someone to talk to when needed The company have a workplace policy that we follow as a team.My hardest part of my job would be calling to fill in a shift unexpected, i know fill in is a must but because it is a change in day to day rountine.The most enjoyable part of my job is getting to help people with speacial needs.