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Centre for Neuro Skills Los Angeles, CA

Centre for Neuro Skills (CNS) helps people with brain injury find hope, independence and a meaningful life - and you can play a key role in that… Centre for Neuro Skills

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Mark J. Ashley, Sc.D., CCC-SLP, CCM
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    Coworkers are awesome, but caseload was too big

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    I worked at Centre For Neuro Skills full-time (more than an year)


    -Coworkers (at the therapist, aide, and NRS level) are awesome and come to work everyday wanting to help people
    -Patients are awesome. If you want to make a difference in people's lives it's great because you get to spend so much time with the patients and get to know them. So, this can be incredibly rewarding.
    -I felt like the compensation was good
    -Most people there really do want a make a difference and help people, so they work really hard to be creative to get the patient's needs met within the limitations of their insurance coverage


    -When you get up to case manager level and above it's a little hit or miss... some of them are helpful but generally they don't provide great support
    -When you bring up concerns you'll generally just hear that "well, this is the way we've always done it" or they just say "too bad"
    -Training is disorganized and not very helpful in dealing with this population. You spend a lot of time watching videos and reading things that aren't very helpful when you're actually working with a live patient
    -They admit way more patients than the current staff can safely supervise. A group of patients can be left under minimal supervision if several staff members are needed to take one patient to the bathroom or deal with a behavioral issue. One-on-one therapy is practically unheard of.

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    I think the management really does want to make a difference and help patients, but you can't spread your staff as thin as you do.

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