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Pet Sitter Paul
Pet-care is not just a job, it's a passion! I've been taking care of animals since childhood. My veterinarian grandmother would teach me about her work, and how all animals should be treated like individuals; with special needs and personalities. I have extensive freelance experience watching over cats and dogs (and have one of each currently), but am eager to expand into reptile and fish care. Walking, play, and emotional support are standard components of any appointment, but I am also comfortable grooming, administering medication, and assisting with other special needs. Personally, I am new to Seattle and eager to find new pets to assist in loving and caring for. Hope to hear from you soon!
0 yrs of exp.
For the last five months, I have been a caregiver for a 93-year-old lady in and then out if hospice. Previously, I helped with caregiving needs for a friend challenged with paralysis from MS. Ive aided with PT, OT, catheter and stoma care.
1 yr of exp.
Jena has a BA in Human Services from Western Washington and 20 years of early childcare experience. She has worked as a nanny, an infant teacher, preschool teacher, mentor teacher, and director. For 10 years she operated a small home-based childcare and preschool program, called Tiny Tribe, in West Seattle. Jena is a trained facilitator of "Positive Discipline" parenting program. Jena loves play-based learning, open-ended art, being outside in nature, and focuses on social and emotional development.
10 yrs of exp.
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Looking for a recurring sitter for most Wednesday evenings from approximately 6 to 9 or 930, and some Friday and/or Saturday nights. I'm a single parent so my budget is tight but I want to be fair as well, hopefully we can negotiate the pay to work for both of us. The kids are a 7-year-old girl and 11-year-old boy. The 11-year-old has some special needs that require extra compassion and understanding but which shouldn't translate to extra work. I can explain more one on one. The kids are bright and friendly and mostly look after themselves, although they'd like to play games or show off their talents they can also read, draw, or play games on their own. On Wednesdays they won't need to go to bed before I get home. On weekends you'll need to put the younger one to bed (she goes easy) and give the older one his evening meds.
Two families in Queen Anne looking for full time nanny for 4 month and 10-month-old girls with desired start date for beginning of February. We need care 5 days a week, either 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. or 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The position is for at least 8 months. Both babies are happy little girls with easy-going personalities. We are looking for a nanny we prior infant experience with a CPR certification. Our ideal nanny is someone who is responsible, dependable, and patient, with reliable transportation to get to and from our house. Offering: - $1000 signing bonus ($500 at start, $500 at 3 months) - Starting at $25ph depending on experience - Guaranteed hours - 1-week PTO the nannies' choice - 1-week PTO the parents' choice - 8 Paid holidays - Accrued paid sick time in accordance with WA state law.
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Individualized instruction will occur at our therapy center in Montlake and in community settings on school breaks, such as bowling, parks, swimming, children's museums, skating, bounce houses, etc. It is our goal that clients learn and generalize skills in a way that is exciting, functional, and educational. We will use ABA strategies to teach skills across all domains and all settings. Visit website: momentum-behavioral. com
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