I know her first name, her car, that she is a student, and where she has lived in the past. I know that she looks young (however, that part is just me getting older)
I wonder what she know's about me. At the very least she knows...
Where I live.
The time that I come home.
That Mr. M has a sister.
The chaos ensues every day, with the transition from home services to family time.
The type of car I drive.
The possessions inside my home, and most importantly where the skittles are located.
What else the team has told her about us?
Does she know about Mr. M's history?
How fast will she pick up his behavior support plan?
Does she know I blog?
Does she thinks this situation is awkward as well?
Is she comfortable in our home?
How long will she be around until she transitions off of Mr. M's team, finds new employment, moves, or gets promoted?
And most importantly, does she know how important her job is?
So dear stranger,
Please read his behavioral support plan.
Now read that BSP again.
And once you think you have it nailed down, read it once more.
Put the toys away.
Hold him accountable, even if I'm in the room.
Look at him and see him not his diagnosis.
And whatever you do don't fall for his charm.
Also, dear stranger, I have one more thing to ask of you...
When the timing is right, stay a little bit after your shift. Talk to me.
Your last name.
About your family.
Where you live.
What brought you into this line of work.
What you want to know that hasn't been answered.
And let's move from strangers to teammates.
xoxo - The Chaos Manager