posted on Jun, 8 2016 @ 08:40 PM
a reply to: Quantum12
I teach/train people to work with folks who are disabled.
All facets of the job.
I keep up with all of the employee's annual training as required by the State and assign, instruct and monitor.
And the other duties that I have been 'roped' into, such as billing for medical transportation etc.
The part that I love is molding/mentoring young people into staff that can appreciate their own value and worth and see past the disabilities in
others to be able to form a bond with the folks that they support on a daily basis.
I dare say that some of those 'friendships' are lifelong ones!
I know that I did (form that bond) and it was life changing, for me.
It actually helped me in my personal relationships (the education) as my own Mother had a developmental type of disability and I was better able to
understand where she was coming from later.
Nothing nearly exciting as the movie biz but certainly satisfying in some respects.
edit on 8-6-2016 by TNMockingbird because: shorten it up! some...LOL