.You just have to make him use his words. In the beginning just talk to him without looking, then slowly he will start to engage in eye contact with you. He's had a rough life with eczema and now his skin is clear. Subconsciously I think he remembers the stares he use to get. Some days I wont need you and I can care for the kids and you can relax and do whatever you want. This job will be for 3 years. Our ideal caregiver: I am a single parent in the military, I need someone who I can depend to care for my children, while I'm training Marines. Some nights I will be home, some nights I wont. Need someone who can work with my son who has an anxiety disorder and sensory disorder. He does not like it when people look at him. He has a melt down. He just has to get comfortable with you. he only eats food with crunchy consistency. I try a new food once a month to give change. His therapist has recommended someone to be with him early on before I start my next transition. My daughter is a bundle of joy, she just wants to talk about everything and loves doing art. Two of the easiest kids. They're very loved and occasionally might get emotional with me working late hours. Room is included with everything else. I will get everything. Just need help. Additional needs include pick up / drop off, having a reliable car, being comfortable with pets and a non-smoker. Looking for a caregiver for my 5-year-old son and 9-year-old daughter. Flexible start date. My schedule may vary.