Special Needs Care Jobs in London

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Carer required to help with my son who has Autism.

by Nadine • London
Carer is required to prepare meals ,keep room clean ,more requirements will be discussed. £18 per hour send.
£347 - £44635 Hr. / Week

Special needs carer required .

by Nadine • London
Carer required to help with my son who has Autism.
£297 - £38230 Hr. / Week

Companion for man with special needs

by Mirelle • Barnet
Someone to be a friend and spend time with my brother. Friendly and patient who enjoys going for walks coffee swimming
£119 - £15312 Hr. / Week

Looking for after school care for a loving, sociable 9 year old boy, Starting September

by Catriona • Ealing
Looking for after school care 4:30 to 6:30 or 3- 6:30pm every day (some flexibility if you are only available certain days), starting September 2021. Mainly feeding, bathing and dressing my 9 year old son who needs full support. In the school holidays there will be extra hours and I would like someone who would engage him, work on his therapies and take him to the park, swimming and for days out. Based in Acton, West London.
£149 - £19215 Hr. / Week

Live in, Special Needs Mothers Help/Au Pair for our 14 year old, special needs son.

by Felix • Lambeth
We are busy, working family looking for a live-in, Mothers Help/Au Pair to look after our three young children; a special needs boy aged 14, a girl aged 11 and a boy of 8. This job is primarily looking after the eldest, special needs boy. This is a full time, live-in position of 25 hours per week, for which we will pay up to £250 per week, depending on experience. Your normal hours will be from 7-8:30am & 3-6:30pm on weekdays. You will be free on Saturday and Sunday (except 7-9am Saturday, every other week). You will be free every day, during the week (8:30am and 3:30pm). You will be required to babysit 1.5 nights per week, on average. This job is perfect for someone studying (or perhaps working during the day) because you will be free from 8:45-15:00. We live in a large apartment with a roof terrace, opposite a beautiful park in Herne Hill, South East London. We are 10 minutes by train to central London (Victoria Station). You will have your own large, separate studio flat with your own ensuite shower room, separate toilet, and a small, separate kitchen with cooker, hob, microwave and fridge. There is a strong Wi-Fi signal in your room. Normal rent (inclusive of utilities) would be £1000pcm. We will pay for one meal in a restaurant each week. Your day-to-day duties would include: Getting the eldest boy ready for school; dressing, feeding breakfast, taking to the school bus. Collecting eldest boy from the school bus, after school. Feeding him supper and getting him ready for bath and bed. Preparing breakfast and supper for kids Getting school bags ready for younger kids. Food preparation and cooking. General tidying up/cleaning/laundry. Please do not respond unless: You are a non-smoker You speak English fluently You have excellent references (including CRB check) You are available for an interview in person or via Zoom You can start as soon as possible. You are willing to stay for a minimum of a year PLEASE SEND YOUR CV IF YOU ARE INTERESTED Thank you!
£248 - £31925 Hr. / Week
Did you know...
The average hourly rate for special needs carers in London is between £10 and £13

Daily, pre and post school care for our disabled, special needs son.

by Felix • Lambeth
We are busy, working family looking a carer for our special needs son, aged 14. This job is primarily providing him with pre and post school care. Your normal hours will be from 7-8:30am & 3-6:30pm on weekdays. with occasional Saturdays between 7-9am. We are a family of 5, with Mum & Dad, our eldest son who is special needs and his two siblings, a girl of 11 and a boy aged 8. We live in a large apartment with a roof terrace, opposite a beautiful park in Herne Hill, South East London. Your day-to-day duties would include: Getting the eldest boy ready for school; dressing, feeding breakfast, taking to the school bus. Collecting eldest boy from the school bus, after school. Feeding him supper and getting him ready for bath and bed. Food preparation and cooking. General tidying up/cleaning/laundry. Please do not respond unless: You are a non-smoker You speak English fluently You have excellent references (including CRB check) You are available for an interview in person or via Zoom You can start as soon as possible. PLEASE SEND YOUR CV IF YOU ARE INTERESTED Thank you!
£248 - £31925 Hr. / Week

Companion/Support Worker for girl 13 years with Cerebral Palsy & fulltime wheelchair. Car Provided

by Sabrina • Southwark
We are looking for various females support members for a young 13 year old girl with cerebral palsy. She is a fulltime wheelchair user and attends mainstream school. She very much enjoys fun teenage activities and going on shopping trips for example.
£248 - £31925 Hr. / Week

Looking for a lovely carer for my son who is 19 years old.

by Nadine • London
Carer is required to prepare meals , assist my son with personal hygiene .Keep his room and bathroom clean . Assist with taking him out ,also carer is required to do some activities with my son.
£347 - £44635 Hr. / Day

After school and school holiday SEN Nanny for Twin Boy and Girl aged 4

by SENNIES Ltd • Newham
Location: Silvertown, Newham E16 Wage / Salary: £15 - £16 p/h gross / £22,875 - £24,400 gross p/a (please note this salary is offered as an approximate, on a pro-rata basis, based on after school/holiday hours) Driving license preferred but not essential Essential Skills: Previous work experience with early/primary years children Knowledgeable and experienced working with Autistic children Previous experience working with speech and language delays Ability to implement and work alongside therapies and interventions provided by specialists e.g Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy Strong communication skills Physically capable Start Date: ASAP Days & Hours: Term time Monday - Friday: 2pm - 7pm (25 hours per week) Additional hours before school are available: 7am - 9am Holidays & School Closures: Monday - Friday: 8am - 6pm About the family: SENNIES are looking forward to finding a professional, patient and proactive Sennie to provide after school and holiday care to twins B4 and G4, in East London, close to Canary Wharf and Greenwich. This loving and caring family would like to find a Sennie who can demonstrate excellent prior hands - on experience with young Autistic children and a genuine interest in working with the individual nuances and needs of their children, particularly their son. This is a lovely role with standard nanny duties expected whilst also providing the opportunity to work with and support B4 who has recently been diagnosed as Autistic. Main Duties include: School drop - off (if working morning hours) and pick - up (essential) Cooking and preparing snacks, dinner and dinner time routine Interacting with both children in activities in line with their special interests and areas of development Bath / Bedtime routine Light nursery duties such as the children's laundry and preparing school uniforms The family are looking for an aware, energetic and enthusiastic Special Educational Needs Nanny, who can provide fantastic and fun care for their children. The Sennie selected will be able to follow and support therapies and interventions determined by the family (in conjunction with the Sennie) and professionals. A genuine passion for working with children and special educational needs is a must. Head to the SENNIES website for the full job description REF0073
£247 - £31725 Hr. / Week

Full-Time Live in SEN Manny / Mentor for B16 in Ealing

by SENNIES Ltd • Ealing
Full-Time Live in Mentor & Behavioural Support for B15 (Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, & Severe Anxiety) Location: Ealing W13 Wage / Salary: £30,000 - £41,000 gross per annum Live in /out : Live-in support Accommodation: Own double bedroom and private bathroom Driver: Preferable but not essential Essential: Patient and resilient personality and mindset Physically fit Previous experience supporting young people with social, emotional and mental health needs Prior hands-on experience working with or engaging with teenagers Excellent understanding of how to support anxiety and depression Ability to provide homeschooling support and teaching life skills Behavioural management experience Strong routine and boundary implementation skills Desirable: A brilliant and experienced male role model Able to live-in the house and/or provide regular overnight care when needed Musical instrument proficiency Flexibility for overtime on the weekends Previous work experience within social care for young people Previous work experience within domestic settings with young people Start Date: ASAP Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 40 hours per week (8 hours per day) with overtime available Pets: 2 dogs About B15: B15 has been diagnosed with dyslexia and dyspraxia. He stopped attending school in October 2019 due to anxiety and struggling with a breakdown in some important relationships with his peers/teachers. For full, detailed job description and to apply, please visit the SENNIES website head to “Current vacancies”
£399 - £51340 Hr. / Week
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