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NeuroRestorative Overview

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Headquarters Braintree, MA
Size 51 to 200 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Hospital
Industry Health Care
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

NeuroRestorative Reviews

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Bill Duffy
8 Ratings
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    Work for a good cause, little money

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    Former Employee - Life Skills Trainer in Louisville, KY
    Former Employee - Life Skills Trainer in Louisville, KY
    Doesn't Recommend
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    I worked at NeuroRestorative full-time (More than a year)


    You are working with persons who have Acquired Brain Injuries (ABI), which is rewarding, as you help each (those who are "help-able") relearn skills they had before the brain injury. It takes patience sometimes, but overall, you can see the progress in some of them. Very rewarding to be someone who brought others back to their normal lives after they had suffered horrible life-changing circumstances.


    Too much paperwork to do each day, for no particular reason; they do not warn you upon agreeing to the job that the physical requirements are excessive (lifting 50+ pounds, which is not usually an issue, but when it causes an injury to you as an employee, they will not accept responsibility -- they will say that it was a "pre-existing injury," even though you had been doing your job just fine, until that day of the injury). "Let's avoid liability, at all costs, even if it costs someone his/her job," is the company philosophy.

    Advice to Management

    This is very hard work, with little monetary reward. Pay employees what they deserve. Your employees are helping change lives, and those who have special skills that they can share to improve clients'/patients' lives should especially be rewarded for it. $9 an hour, with ridiculous benefits is not fair compensation.

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    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at NeuroRestorative.


    After being called an interview is set up. They will probably be late. They will explain to you what is available and lie to get you to accept an offer. There's a drug and health screening process which takes 2 weeks.

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