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A Typical day is arriving at the office and talk to the Managers and plan the day. Drive the bus to pick up clients from all over Perth. take the clients to the office. Then pick up for the day. if we go to a picnic in the part we prepare a picnic basket with the clients. We went to a variety of places all around Perth. then we would bring the clients back to the office and unpack and do the washing up. Then drop the clients off at their homes. Then drop the buss of back at the office, and do the paper work, and then leave. I loved the Management and the other workers. the only down side was the traveling and traffic. The most enjoyable side was seeing the clients enjoying the activities.
Going out in the community and encouraging the clients to be a part of society.
I loved the job, but the funding changed and the program was closed down.
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