Disability Support Worker (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 9 May 2018
I have been working in disability services for 10 years, the hardest part of my job is working night-shifts. I enjoyed caring for the individuals that I cared for, sometimes they are hard to work with others are easier.
Child and Youth Worker (Current Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 27 December 2017
There is a caring supportive environment for the Child and Youth workers. It is difficult work, but the supervisors are supportive and understanding. It’s a really fun work environment I’m grateful for the learning and experiences here
Team Leader/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 13 December 2017
Some managers are more afraid of challenges to their bad practices than they are of failing to provide diverse and/or marginalized clients (and staff) with appropriate support/leadership. Appearance seems more important than substance. They act like they want docility more than they want to improve their programming. They seem intimidated out of their collective minds by staff who aren't willing to "kiss their rings" at every turn. They act completely tone deaf to the realities of life outside of their little bubbles of belief.
front-line staff are actually committed to community service
management and the board of directors are way out of touch
Community Support Worker (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 11 December 2017
Opinion of the work place differs based on the teams. the management are there to make sure everything runs smoothly.I only wish the pay was a little higher and people get bonuses every year. that sure makes the employees happy.
Community Disability Worker (Former Employee) – alberta, canada – 30 October 2017
it is productive and a fun work place. i enjoyed how the people there treat their patients, i learned how to be more patience and be more eligible in everything I do, the management are very kind to its employees.
Disability Care Worker/Healthcare Aide (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 12 September 2017
i was given an involuntary termination without discussing what's the reason. i did appeal but no one entertained my appeal. until then i don't know why i was terminated. my supervisor and clients liked me so much.
Community Disability Worker (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 29 May 2017
Not very sure but its a good place to work with good team work as long as we have the passion to love and care for the individuals. There is nothing much to say as I am still a new hire but i do love the company and the systerm is very good