Due to the job requirements I spend most of the days with clients and there is almost no contact with other co-workers. A very demanding job for little money. You have to be able to manage your time very efficiently to be able to do all your duties within the time given for each visit. That was the main lesson I learnt. You meet a lot of people from all over the world working there and everyone I have met is active and pleasant.
The hardest part of the job: you work with fragile people (the clients) and you must learn not to get involved emotionaly when they suffer you must be a very strong person.
The most enjoyable part of the job: when a dementia client acknowledges and thanks you for all you have done, and when every one else thanks you and is glad to see you.