- Tell us a bit about your job as an ABA THERAPIST.
I provide ABA at home but also as my main job and this is a way for me to help children in different ways like their life skills, social skills, play etc.
- What drove you to the ABA Therapist profession?
Something that drove me as ABA therapist was the interest of helping kids. When I first started ABA I saw the difference of one kid and that makes me go for more to help them. I realise that just with a little bit of help they can get better every day.
- How do you balance your career and family?
I always say do the best in what you do or don’t do anything. So I work every day, except Sundays and Saturdays I work in the morning so at the moment that I am with my loved one I try to enjoy them to the max.
- How has Golden Care helped you in your career development?
The way Golden Care had help me is in a extremely way because now working one to one I can see that I can do better everyday and I have learn a lot in these positions
- What advice do you have for prospective Golden Care candidates?
The only thing I can say is that be better every day and make goals not for the kids only but for yourself. Think of what you can do for that kid that can make them better. And never take anything personal and do everything with love.
- What do you find the most challenging in your work as an ABA Therapist?
The most challenging part is to keep repetition. A lot of the ABA needs repetition to learn, however I try to keep to the programs and do the best I can.
- What drew you to Golden Care originally? And how has Golden Care changed since?
Something that drew me to Golden Care was the big opportunity I could have, to keep learning and expanding my knowledge.
- What have you gained from working at Golden Care?
Something I have gained is knowledge. Everyday there is something to learn from you clients and that makes you better everydays.
- What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?
Be better in everything you do or don’t do it let someone else do it. Everyday is a new day and a better day to learn.
- What’s the one thing you’d tell your younger self?
I would love to tell my younger self is don’t be afraid of becoming who you want to be. Risk yourself because the only thing that can happen is you losing and starting again and that’s okay.
- What is the favorite part in your work as an ABA Therapist/ of working for Golden Care?
My favorite part is seeing how the connection of you client and the change of you client makes in the everyday.
- What is your proudest moment at Golden Care/ in your work as an ABA Therapist?
My proudest moment at Golden CAre is starting with a kid that could know how to talk now talking and asking and saying anything that he needs or want.
- What is one thing that you wished people knew about your job?
If people would know that seeing others learning, being better, and the change that they can become is the best satisfaction you can get.
- What does the day to day of your job look like?
My day to day looks like fun, challenging and a lot of learning.