Aglaonema's generally like bright, indirect sunlight
Aglaonema's can survive in an environment with low humidity, but will do much better with a high humidity situation. Mist the leaves from time-to-time and they'll be happy plant-babes!
This plant is *moderately* toxic to humans and pets~ stomach & mouth irritation, and potential vomiting.
In the summertime, keep soil moist, but making sure to not overwater, as roots will rot. In the winter, you can cut down on watering and let the soil dry out completely between waterings.
Use a houseplant fertilizer one time per month in the spring & summertime.
60s & 70s is ideal. Avoid temperature changes and cold drafts.