I think she has officially shut down this company, but I am posting here just in case it comes back... which it could.
There are a lot of autism companies out there. They provide a wonderful service to people who are looking for help. That's a really good thing, until the person who is supposed to help ends up hurting everyone they come into contact with.
I worked for this company for less than two months. In that time I had my contract violated, my job description changed, my hours changed, my location of work moved an hour from where I was hired to be, and my pay rate changed. I witnessed the company taking in more clients than they had staff for but fudging the forms so as to defraud Medicaid. No one got paid. We were lied to about where our checks were. I filed with the state and just received notice that the state could not contact the owner and as such has closed the case. The kids would be left with people who had no training in ABA but were marked as having received hours. I found an eviction notice on the door of the first building for failure to pay rent.
The kids were amazing. They always are in this line of work. Working with them was challenging, exhausting, rewarding, and often hilarious. But there are plenty of autism companies out there. Find one that cares for the clients and staff. And please stay away from the woman who ran this place-- she is everything that can be wrong with what is supposed to be a helping profession.