Center for Autism and Related Disorders, Inc.
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Answered by Center for Autism and Related Disorders, Inc.October 13, 2016

Only need to be required to complete 30 billable hours in the office per week.

Answered April 8, 2020

You will only get more than 30 hours if you have completely open availability. If you take away any availability (even just one afternoon, etc.) your hours will get cut.

Answered December 9, 2019

Research ABA and autism before applying. This isn’t an easy profession.

Answered March 12, 2020

They were desperate enough to offer me a job at the end of my interview. Throughout my tenure I saw many new employees once before they (wisely) vanished.

Answered September 24, 2019

The team, my colleagues, the patients and their families.

Answered April 8, 2020

When working with people, there are always unforeseen circumstances. It is sometimes stressful to meet all the needs of our staff and clients. However, we work as a team to meet those needs.

Answered March 12, 2020

You have to work 130 hours a month to get benefits

Answered November 15, 2018

With your RBT CARD may offer you 75¢ raise. They’ll then promise you an additional raise and excite you with talks of $16 an hour, but you’ll need to get TWO “expert rolls” AND the BCAT certification (which is utterly pointless and used only by CARD). Basically, you’ll have your RBT, deserve $16+ per hour, but CARD only wants it’s stock holders and CEO making real money, so you Have to survive on the pennies, and listen to promises of dollars.

Answered March 25, 2019
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