Seaside Care

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In the Seaside area, there are 1,860 families seeking care—and 1,094 care options!

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Fun Sitter
I have always been the chosen one for caring for my little cousins, nephews, godchildren, etc. I apparently am not just a great sitter, but a great teacher as well. At the end of the sit, they can't wait to tell their parents what they did for the day.
4 yrs of exp.
Recent graduate from Sacramento State who adores children of all ages. From spending my summer day's volunteering at children's summer programs, to working in a children's center located at a previous university I attended. Received a Bachelor of Arts in Child Development. I enjoy arts and crafts and playing soccer!
8 yrs of exp.
I have been working with children for over 20 years. I am the 2nd oldest of 10 children 5 of my brothers and sisters are from foster care. I enjoy working with children. I enjoy walking on the coast trails. I use to b a professional clown.
10 yrs of exp.

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time Part Time
Starts 11/05
My wife and I are looking to fill a full time position caring for our 4-month-old during the day while we work. We are located in Seaside and will be here for 1 year. The responsibilities will include care for the child, baby laundry, cleaning baby bottles, and tidiness of his area. However, the position is so much more as we truly feel you will become a member of the family. The hours are somewhat flexible as long as they cover working hours. We do have pets in the home that will not require care. In addition to pay, we offer other incentives such as paid time off among other things to entice the perfect fit. Our priority is less the care for the infant and more of the child development aspect. Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you.
time Full Time
Starts 10/01
Transportation Required

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My mom gets up about 10:30 or 11:00 a.m. and would need to be changed (adult diaper). You can give her a bath before her breakfast. She likes to have a sweet or danish in the morning with her coffee (which needs to be made in the morning). She has several mobility issues and definitely needs to have her oxygen as soon as she takes her shower! You may also give her Advair medication as soon as she wakes up in the am before her shower! She also takes high blood pressure medication and her thyroid medication in the morning! In the evening she needs to have dinner made (which is usually her frozen dinners in the freezer). They can be microwaved. She may want a soda or fruit drink which is also in the refrigerator! She takes another couple of Advair puffs prior to going to bed. Would be nice to make sure she is in bed by 9:30 p.m. ...
time Part Time
Starts 09/20
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