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Hey! I'm currently studying Early Childhood Education at UWG, and I'm looking for a full time nanny or babysitting job!
3 yrs of exp.
I've taken care of family friend's kids. I like to cook and clean. I like arts and crafts, so we could paint and do some creative things. I'm also very good with animals, if you have any.
2 yrs of exp.
Enthusiastic And The Best Play Mate!
Hi! I am a very reliable, patient, and creative person who has approximately 2 and a half years of experience caring for children, from infants to teenagers. I have 4 nieces and 4 nephews whom I care for often! With me, your children will receive appropriate care, and I'm willing to do additional other tasks if requested. Personally, I'm an organizer, planner, and multitasker, so minimum supervision is required. With all my skills and experience, I'm able to provide a supervised, safe, and stable environment for your little ones.
2 yrs of exp.

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Need an occasional babysitter for my 14-year-old, my schedule could changes but right now I need 3 days a week for around 3 to 4 hours
time Part Time
Starts 01/15
Transportation Required
I am getting married on March 14th. My son has nocturnal seizures. They are not every night but his risk of seizing increases if he does not have his medicines by 7 and he is in bed by 8. Most of our personal care will be at our wedding so we need a caregiver for the one night to administer his medicines and just keep an eye on him until we return. The care would also be for his older brother who is very helpful and very observant of his spasms and pre-seizure symptoms. They sleep in the same room and he will let you know when a seizure starts. We also will provide a baby monitor so you can relax some. The job is mostly keeping an eye on him while he sleeps. More information about his condition will be available per request. It is not typical epilepsy which makes it easier to manage. CPR and First Aid certification is preferred. Additional needs include having a reliable car and being comfortable with pets. Family Age Groups: Youth. Diagnosis: Autism, Epilepsy.
time One Time
Starts 03/14
Transportation Required
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