• You get to make an impact in the lives of those whose needs are often overlooked.
• You can have a flexible schedule, allowing you to work around other commitments.
• You will have the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills in a variety of areas, such as behavior management and communication strategies.
• You can develop relationships with families who may need extra support.
• The job can be emotionally taxing at times.
• You may need to obtain special certifications or training in order to qualify for the job.
• You may encounter resistance from the families you work with.
• You may need to travel for extended periods of time, depending on the scope and nature of the job.
• You may have difficulty securing clients due to limited public awareness of special needs coaching services.