Although this comment was posted last year, I feel the need to respond to it. My name is Eric Pudalov, and I work part-time as a Community Events Coordinator for Georgia Community Support and Solutions. Part of my responsibility is to promote what we do online, and I would like for us to be represented accurately.
I'm not sure exactly what you mean by "The day I interview with the company they was having massages, and casual time and forgot all about business." At GCSS, if we have a meeting scheduled with a potential client, we make every effort to be prompt in meeting on time with them.
As far as which coordinator you met with in this instance (the one you referred to as "very rude acting"), it's possible she no longer works for the organization. Regardless, for the most part our staff here are very agreeable and friendly. If you have a complaint against a specific person, I would bring it up with GCSS, and we can correct that.
In regards to the company having "big turnover, " unfortunately that seems to be the case with many nonprofit organizations, especially smaller ones with fewer funds. I completely understand that a client with autism would have difficulty adjusting to something like this, and again, I feel we make the best effort possible to keep things consistent for them.
It is also true that many of the home caregivers are contractors, and that unfortunately, some are more qualified than others. Everyone here goes through the same training process, but in the field, as situations come up, that is the true test of one's abilities in working with people with disabilities. Once again, if there's a specific person that you have a problem with, we are prepared to deal with those issues if you mention them to us.
GCSS has gone through many changes in both staff and structure recently, and I would like us to be represented accurately online.
Thank you for bringing up your concern. If you do have other issues that need addressing, please contact our CEO, Whitney Fuchs, at email@example.com, or call us at 404-634-4222. Someone would be happy to speak with you to resolve the problem.