A typical day at work would be quite busy and structured. I learned many new skills such as first aid, and about various epilepsy, Drive has a great training and it's paid for.
Management is great overall, well done and the managers are very understanding with flexibility and some other personal factors.
Workplace culture is varied and quite good, many people of all ages and genders that in general get along well with each other.
The hardest part of the job is the challenging behaviours from some of the service users and one in particular tests patience a lot because of repetition in more than one way.
The most enjoyable part is when it's a good day and you've supported a service user in a good active and healthy way, you have quite a lot if input at times and it feels like you make a bit of a difference.
The flexibility and understanding of the managers
service user challenging behaviours