It's all about the clients. (the kids) If you're good with kids then working for this company will be great. If you're not, don't do it.
Getting a child's motivation is one of the hardest things to do. Especially if they are under the spectrum. Management is good, but having a good supervisor, (PM) is another crucial aspect of the job. They keep you centered, making sure you are running the programs properly.
Although the pay is decent starting, after a year of proving yourself, they should give more than a .25 cent raise.
The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing a child who was once non-verbal, speak. And knowing it was because of your hard work that made it possible. Priceless.
Helping children, flexible hours.
The pay raises should be much higher.