Nice to see another teacher! I am a Kindergarten Teacher. Last year I was a SID/PID teacher and I had 6 students also!! All non-verbal and had varying ranges of abilities! It truly is the world's most rewarding career!!!
I have worked in just about every special needs setting. It truly is rewarding! I have always been told that it takes special people to work with special needs children. However, I think it takes special people to work with children period!
I work in the office of the President/CEO in the Default Servicing Complaint Resolutions Department for a bank. So basically i try to find solutions for distressed homeowners that escalate to the highest level.
Hi! I'm a social worker. The last 7 years I worked with an early intervention program that provided in-home special education services to babies and toddlers with developmental delays. We used the baby/toddler version of the IEP, for you teachers who might know what I'm talking about.
Right now I'm actually a stay-at-home-fiance. We moved across the country for FH's job. He's a consultant which makes us kind of nomadic, so I'm not sure if I'll go back to work until we get settled somewhere for good. I'll never complain about it, but it's definitely a huge adjustment staying home. I'm used to working 2 jobs and being super busy. It's sort of weird staying home.
@Cyndi, did you stay home before you had kids? Anybody else stay at home? I would love advice on how people adjust to it.
I'm taking a Human Services course, and there are a million different things you can do with that but I would like to deal with suicide, be it in intervention with suicidal people or helping families cope with the devastating aftermath. I'm not sure what the call for those kinds of people are in my area, but it's what I'm looking into.