I worked at NeuroRestorative part-time (More than a year)
You get paid to socialize with clients and play games. There are usually other duties like cooking, cleaning, or washing people, but its not that bad.
You are providing care for people who need you so it makes you feel good about your job.
If you are squeamish you may not like to deal with soiled adults/diapering, but it's once you get used to it it's really not that bad.
It's an easy job to get so you will have to deal with lazy coworkers and occasionally poor management.
Advice to Management
Pay attention and acknowledge people who are doing their job well.
I applied through other source. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at NeuroRestorative (Louisville, KY) in August 2016.
Found an ad in the local paper and called. The responded quickly. I used their computer to fill out the application and he asked a few follow up questions about why I wanted to work there. ( Rewarding) After ending on a positive note he called 2 weeks later after school records and background was in. Had to wait another month for next training class to start. A long wait, but most jobs are a process these days and one must plan accordingly. Easy hire. Low pay, but a nice 32 hours is considered FT for benefits...And It comes along too. Hours are 330 to 1130 PM and one mandatory weekend day each week from 8:30 am to 8:30 PM.
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