Need some to help with shopping, daily care
by Hassan • London
help to get around like sopping, going out like swimming, help with domestic house work
Looking for an evening career after school Mon-Fri for an 11 year old boy ASD and ADHD.
by Sandra • Birmingham
I need someone who can russel up some food for my son after school. He is crazy about his electronics and needs to be reminded regularly about using the toilet! That is all, just need someone to keep an eye on him for the 2 or 2 and half hours from drop off from school until I get home from work.
Ideally some extra time full day on most school term breaks. Please get in touch to discuss. Thanks
Special Needs Carer Needed
by Bradley • London
Need a special needs carer for my 13 yr old boy who is special-needs. Can you make my son dinner.
full time children with special need age 4 and 6
by Maria • Belfast
Picking my daughter up from school walk my dog be home for my son arriving with transport home make snack. home work help some house work
feed children dinner sometimes bath them.
Support worker for 13 year old disabled boy needed asap + Waking night support
by Julia • London
We are looking for a support worker to join the lovely team around our 13 year old son who has epilepsy and autism, he is non verbal and has additional health needs.
We will need someone to take on both daytime hours as well as cover 1- 2 nights per week – these night supports are waking nights. We also need this support worker to sometimes work weekends.
You would often work together with other team members to engage him in therapy and to take him to any planned activities like swimming, trampolining and his school club.
You would be assisting him with everyday skills and activities as well as feeding, bathing and toileting.
When working overnight you will need to make sure that he is safe and alert parents in case of a seizure.
We also have a friendly, big dog. So it is important that you are not afraid of dogs.
We might ask you to accompany us on trips to Europe or within the UK
You should be responsible, cheerful, honest and very reliable and ideally in your 20s or early 30s as you need to be physically strong and healthy as he needs a lot of support.
You will be trained by members of the team and the the education consultant and be taught the principles of ABA - a behaviour therapy.
- Commit for minimum a year.
Please reply with a small cover letter explaining why you are interested.
Good Hourly rates.
Weekly hours: minimum 35 (often more)
Starting Date: for training Asap.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Salary: £10.00 to £15.00 /hour
Part time two disabled children
by Rebecca • Birmingham
This two help care for two disabled children one is tube feed,one as epilepsy but both have needs that need ###########.### only small amount of hrs to #####.## its funded from Soical services we are at a point to get more hrs for my boys please ring me on. I’ll give you more info duties will be washing dressing feeding finger food,giving meds,supervision stoping child getting himself into danger,support with play,day trips etc.
Special Need career/teacher who have experience working Global dev delay and autism.
by Bhavana • Reading
Looking for 2-3 hours a day.
Need to spent time with a 4yr old
Teach him playing, communication and take him to park/ walk.
Two disabled children to help care for
by Rebecca • Birmingham
Two disabled children to help care ###.### us g-tube feed and as mobility problems but is part mobile both are none verbal and have autism oldest as epilepsy both need supervision and someone who as had experience working with children who have special needs
Require carer for weekends, Saturday and Sunday.
by Saira • Sheffield
I am looking for a carer for the weekends for my non verbal autistic son. He has special needs and requires a person who can handle him out and about in places. If you need more information, please contact me on my email provided.
Should have DBS with update service and good references, person and professional would be appreciated.
Applicants with driving licence would be appreciated but not necessary.
Morning Carer, Evening Carer and Maternity cover PA for older blind lady suffering dementia.
by Joan • Reading
Morning Carer 10am-12am, Evening Carer 9pm-9:30pm, Maternity cover PA (1 day, 3 hours) for older blind lady suffering dementia in her own home.
Vacancies may suit 1 candidate, or may be split to suitable applicants.
*Preferably live locally
*Must be flexible in hours/days worked as days may sometimes vary
*UK driving license holder preferred with own transport but not essential
*Administering of medication
*Prepare simple meals for lunch and evening meal
*Read incoming post, action as requested/file paperwork
*Locally shop for food with/for the employer
*Undertake ad-hoc tasks as required
*Occasional accompaniment to appointments
*Ability to use an iPhone with basic technology understanding i.e. Wi-Fi an advantage