Our 27-month-old is pretty behind speaking; she's at about a 15-month-old level. I work from home full-time as a graphic designer so I feel her being so behind is because don't have enough time to teach her and work with her one-on-one. She's been so used to entertaining herself with her toys, coloring, etc. that when I do try to read to her, work with her in general, she doesn't really want to majority of the time. So I don't really need a "caregiver" In the traditional sense as I will be home still, but I need someone one to a few times a week to work with her one-on-one to help catch her up with her vocabulary and help get her speaking. I'm not even sure that's something Care. com caregivers do or are for but I refuse to put her in daycare and don't want to be away from her so I thought this was the best option. Additional needs include having a reliable car, being comfortable with pets and a non-smoker. We could use help with homework or curriculum assistance and structuring activities. Looking for a caregiver for my 2-year-old. Flexible start date.