Cerebral Palsy Alliance Employee Reviews
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so far i am enjoying the job , the manager in my group home is nice and supportive .The only issue i am having is one of the old staff that have worked in the house for 15 years is too pushy , controlling and complaining in every thing you do . She always wants you to do things exactly in her own way which is wrong in any organisation . Every one can not do thing exactly in your own way . She been picking on every thing i do . so far i have reported to the manager to talk to her . She does,t have any authority to actually review my performance because she is not the manager . other staff are very supportive and nice
cutting down my hours
Too many staff employed for the job available Great training- restricted environment to use skills Poor - manager was inexperienced and unsupportive
Too many staff employed for the job available Great training- restricted environment to use skills Poor - manager was inexperienced and unsupportive Workplace culture poor. Negative environment, staff unhappy, staff on edge in fear of losing job. The clients were wonderful however not suited for a lifestyles program. The clients money needed to be spent elsewhere because they were unable to participate in most activities being provided
Close to home
I love my job in Individualised programs at cerebral Palsy alliance. Everyday I either get to hang out with a person I have become friends with and have a new adventure or I meet someone new and find out how I can change their lives for the better. Honestly the only downside to the job initially would possibly be that sometimes you may have to help with person care. However form experience you become fine with it fairly quickly once you get the training and start to know what your doing.
i feel like this is my second home where i work at the moment. i found everyone is helpful and working in a team and also leader is very much helpful.
Cerebral Palsy has made a commitment to provide the best possible care to the people they support. Cerebral Palsy works hard with individuals, families, planners and staff to ensure that every client of theirs is maximizing their quality of life and changing lives for the better. Staff are well trained and most people drawn to the profession are positive hardworking individuals that share Cerebral Palsy's vision for the disabled people they support. Working with individuals with various disabilities requires support workers to be flexible and learn to actively listen. Many individual and group milestones are being achieved through the hard work of management, ground staff and most importantly each individual with a disability living their best life.
Wages and penalties reduced due to Howard era enterprise agreements (only 110% for nights etc)... low hourly rates and part of FBT stripped away!!! Its a shame because the management and culture is pretty good.
A very good place to work. Work culture is good. Better pay rates and benefits to staff than most other places.
The management of CPA is really good. Usually, the Support Worker has to work hard with clients who are mostly dependent on their personal care. Some Residential Facilities are under staffed and the support workers are highly stressed. Some senior support workers try to dominate, harass and control the casual staff. Clients are generally friendly except for a few elderly clients in one or two places. Centre managers are friendly and supportive. Has a great opportunity and CPA's own facilities for higher studies free of charge. Their training wing ensures that all staff skills are up to date by providing periodic training including Firstaid, cert III, and cert IV, free of charge to employees. Very good pay rates.
Training of staff, Good pay rates and benefits
Stressful work at some residential apartments
The greatest part about working for Cerebral Palsy Alliance is the communication and impact you can have on clients lives. Whether the clients require high or low needs, you can always have a positive impact that makes both of your days better.
Flexibility, Client interaction
Each day I enjoy putting my skills and experience to good use in an organisation that thrives on making a difference in the lives of others, is driven to pave the way for the industry through both innovation and leadership, and advocates for clients and their families. For these reasons and many more, working with CPA gives me a wonderful feeling of contributing, and work fulfilment.
Colleagues, innovation, aspirational
I love how challenges and risks are seen as important obstacles to overcome, not reasons to avoid hard tasks. If it’s the right thing to do, CPA will back you, and this keeps our moral compass pointing true.
Great Work-life balance. Very supportive
Long spread geographically, means long drives
The employees at Cerebral Palsy Alliance are a great group of people to work with. Everyone shares a common goal regardless of where they sit in the business and that's around delivering great outcomes for the clients. It's great to work in such an inclusive environment. In my role I get to use my skills and experience from previous roles. I really enjoy being trusted around trying new things and being innovative.
The organisation's commitment to being a leader in the market.
Well run organization focusing on improving peoples lives and enabling them to enjoy life to the fullest of their potential. Working closely with families and staff to achieve outcomes
Casual hours or permanent
Working in an relaxed environment
Great organisation, helped me develop my leadership skills and allowed me to network with mentors in the corporate sector. I also improved my public speaking skills and was able to facilitate a fundraising project as part of the mentoring program