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Please email careers@centerforautism.com with the city you live in and your contact information and a recruiter will reach out to you with more information. Thank you!

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They’re Flexible

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Email them but don't waste your time

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Role playing is awkward but the greatest way to learn how to run programs and how to deal with behaviors

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As a fully licensed and experienced Therspist with clear understandings of development, behavior interventions, temperaments, educational guidelines, 'best practices' from many countries, awarded "highly Qualified" and able to implement and train in quick and positive change and growth across all Developmental domains, I am compelled to type that there are skill AND attitude mastery requisite for successes in this field! Those not suited and individuals without true training and coaching or persons eager but not yet well knowledgeable in all aspect of this endever ought to not be given this title nor full pay until they can both teach and do and raise both self esteem levels AND responsibility and manners and master a communication mode which grows with the passage of time and leads to functioning in work and social natural adult enviornments. = a cautionary AND encouraging comment

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No. They hire anyone who is willing to work. You don't even have to have a bachelor's degree to work here.

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Health, vision, dental, paid sick time, bonuses, etc

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Yes, first you watch some videos, and they also do roll play situations of things that could happen in a therapy session. Also how you would run programs in a roll play environment with others that you are training with. All together training typically lasts two weeks. the first week is videos and roll play then you take a test the second week is hands on training with clients, and overlaps with a therapist. Then by the end of the week you get your final evaluation to see if you passed.

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