Question: How did you first get involved with Bost, and what sparked that interest?
I was first hired as a secretary for the Waiver Services department. Office Administration was the field of study I was doing at college and it was a perfect fit. I also wanted the opportunity to learn more about what Bost was all about. I also had a family member that worked for Bost for many years.
Question: What has surprised you most about working with Bost?
I guess it is how much I love working and interacting with our consumers and all of the opportunities that Bost provides for them and their families.
Question: What do you wish other people knew about Bost?
That it is a great place to work and that Bost provides various programs that help individuals with developmental disabilities in all walks of life from preschool to adulthood (therapies, preschool, adc, supported employment, icf, group facilities, and waiver.
Question: What’s the best thing that has happened since you started working with Bost?
All of the friendships that I have developed with our consumers and seeing all of the things they can and have accomplished.
Question: What do you hope will be different about the world we live in as a result of what you do here?
Just that our consumers are treated as average, everyday people who are just living their lives as we are and are able to reach any goal that they set their mind to.
Susan’s supervisor, Trish Baumgartner, has this to say about her, “Susan Weaver has worked for Bost for 22 years. Susan has worked in numerous capacities and is always willing to do whatever it takes for the consumers. Susan plans all consumer events for FSM Wavier. You can tell Susan enjoys her job because you will hear her whistling as she works! She knows the consumers and staff by name and do whatever is ask of her to make sure the needs of the consumers and business are met.”
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