Working with challenged client is not fun but satisfaction driven.
Pros: lunches provide sometimes during training and meetings.
Cons: long commuting to some meting and training.
A typical day includes:
Assists clients in their own homes with non-medical activities of daily living.
Helps to enhance the quality of life for adults with physical disabilities through recreation, leisure activities, social integration and personal support services.
Assists with mobility and personal care needs of the client, as required.
Plans and facilitates activities appropriate to the needs of adults with disabilities such as community outings and physical exercise programs.
Documents the progress the client as related to individual service plan goals.
Demonstrates efficiency, professionalism, problem solving and decision making skills in all one-on-one client management and support activities.
The hardest part of the job is the long commuting to some training and meetings.
The most enjoyable part is to provide service to the client who need it most