I havnt started avalon yet,but i will in 5 days.I have been up there many times freaking out over if i want to be a med aid or phlebotomist.i have changed my major 3 times already,and Ramon the head guy there has been very patient and very helpful to my concerns.And he really helped me on my decision.And i have heared lots of good things about them.Everyone i work with at the nursing home im at as a cna right now says its a good place,and others have got there med aid from there.And they say they have Job assistance after the program is over.And they also allow payment plans.Ramon is very compationent and will suit your needs anyway he can.But i will rate this again after i finish school.right now i only gave it 3 stars because i havnt yet started the classes.
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Dr. Hammond is one of the top psychologists in Houston working with children who are autistic or asperger's. If you've ever seen her in action -- down on the floor right there with the kids in her group therapy sessions -- you would understand why she's the best. She just relates to these kids in a way that I've never seen in a therapist before. She "gets" them ... and they "get" her. Her office at the corner of Greenbriar and Hwy 59 is lovely. Past the tasteful waiting room is a joyful, sunny, "alive" playroom stocked full of everything she needs to work with the children. It's an oasis in Houston, just when & where a Mom and Dad needs one. We love Dr. Hammond!
Looks like the person that wrote the previous review is bitter about something. Wow! so much animosity in the air, probably an employee that was fired or a bad student that couldn't pass. Community Colleges are not necessarily better,(They are way cheaper), but they do have lapses too, old labs, bad curriculum etc. The most important thing is at the end of the day every student takes the same board exam and thats all that matters. Don't know much about this school but my neighbor is a student and she said its a great School.