Their care is very easy!!
Adults need a 10 gallon tank MINIMUM but it's MUCH better to get a 20 or 30 gallon for more space
They need an under tank heat pad (covers 1/3rd of the tank) that keeps the hot end of the tank at about 93F but to go no higher than 97F. Cool end shouldn't go much lower than 73F.
They need two hides, one for each end of the tank (cool and warm) and then a humid hide that you keep damp paper towels in or spaghnum moss to help when they're shedding.
Paper towel is the best substrate to use because they can't ingest it and then have it cause impaction. I would suggest never to use sand, especially on a baby or juvi.
They need a water dish with fresh water at all times, a food dish if you're using worms as a feeder, a calcium dish with pure calcium (phosphorus free) at all times.
Also you should get a digital probe thermometer for the hot end because those dial type thermometers are crap.
They need their food to be dusted with Calcium with D3 a few times a week as well as a Multivitamin once or twice a week (not at the same time as the calcium ever, and without D3).
Do NOT use a hot rock, this can seriously burn reptiles!!
They do NOT need a heat lamp.
Babies and Juvis need fed every night while Adults are generally fed every 2 to 3 nights. They can eat crickets, superworms, mealworms, silkworms, phoenix worms and such. Don't feed them anything that is wider than in between their eyes is usually the rule although sometimes they can break this rule. I usually feed Gaia 1 or 2 superworms a night depending on how much she wants and she is 10 months old.
That's about all I can think of for now!
They are AWSOME pets, and are generally good at handling and such.