Working at Autism Association of WA

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Disability Support Worker

'I enjoy working at autism association it's been a great experience for me.'

Mount Hawthorn, Western Australia, Australia — 2 years ago

The good things

You work as part of a team, opportunity to manage your workload without interference, good roster which gives room for overtime .

The challenges

Long hours at work, some clients very challenging . Some places you work alone and can be isolated.

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About Autism Association of WA

The Association is one of Australia’s largest not-for-profit Autism specific service providers. The Association provides services to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families from early childhood through to adult life. Services include: Autism Advisory Services Early Intervention and Early Childhood Services Early Learning Centre (1 of 6 Australia-wide) Family Support Services State-wide Consultancy Services Professional Development and Training Services Post School Options Employment Support Program Community Living Services Individual Homes Respite Services Clinical Services The Autism Association of Western Australia employs highly skilled professionals who are experts in the field of Autism, providing specialised intervention programs, direct support and consultancy services to the community. Source: This is an extract from the company's own website.

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