I have been working at Pacific Child & Family Associates part-time (Less than a year)
Being able to see a child's growth because of ABA. Knowing that your small contribution is going to make a big difference in the long run of the child, family, and community affected by autism.
The children are the only thing keeping me in this company.
-Received minimal training. Received 25 hours of classroom training. I felt like this training did not prepare me well enough provide the proper services for the children.
- Once you've gone through the training, you'll do overlaps. I was given two overlaps (6 hours) before starting my first case. I felt like I needed to observe more before putting me out on the field.
- All of my supervisors have been great. However, in the few months that I've been here, I've seen so many come and go. So I lack supervision for weeks or months in some cases until they find someone to replace them.
I applied through other source. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Pacific Child & Family Associates (San Ramon, CA).
I called after spying a open house interview date on a job posting website. I was called for a time to attend the group open house interview process after sending resume by email. I met with one person and she asked me a series of questions that i verbally answered in essay format. She asked questions about my knowledge of education and behavior techniques.
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