The 1:1 interventions are fantastic. It can be hard at first but if you have passion and patience for this type of work, it can be very rewarding. The hardest part is learning to be calm in all situations and learning to adapt. Supervisors will visit once in a while, management seems to be chaotic, the scheduling seems to be very last minute.
A typical day can involve going to a client's home, reading through notes from previous days, preparing your materials that will be required for programs, and running your programs. Sometimes the client will be having an off-day and that can make the day much harder.
Most enjoyable part of the job is watching your clients develop each one of these skills. Especially if it is a program that you have been working on for a long period of time.