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Seeking A Special Needs Caregiver With Spinal Cord Injury Experience In Orting.

Full Time
Looking for a full-time caregiver for our Senior family member with Spinal Cord Injury in Orting. Ideal match will meet the requirements below.

Caregiver Needed For 1 Child In Orting

Part Time
I'm looking for a great caregiver for 1 child. Please be comfortable with pets. Responsibilities would include meal prep. My son will be six in July. He is a well behaved, engaged, and artistic kid who is also sometimes a dinosaur! He has no special needs, or medical concerns. I need care for him one to two days per week, and for the entire week of June 17th. Care would be during the day only, while I am at work. I also have one very small 9 lb dog who is VERY friendly and affectionate, and will be home with you as well. Please, contact me ASAP if you are interested. Thank you!

Needed Special Needs Caregiver In Orting

Full Time
Looking for a full-time caregiver for our Adult family member with Mental Illness, Cognitive Disabilities, Mobility Challenges in Orting. Ideal match will meet the requirements below.

Needed Special Needs Caregiver In Orting

Full Time
Additional needs include light housekeeping, meal prep, having a reliable car and being comfortable with pets. Family Age Groups: Adult. Diagnosis: Obesity, Aspergers, Dyslexia, No Specific Experience Required.

Teacher

Part Time
Caring for adult male with autism. Getting him to his job.

1-2 Days A Week Consistently, 4 Children

Part Time
I am trying to stay ahead of the curve, as I might be forced into a schedule change at work. The start date would possibly be early august or September. We have 4 kids, 13 y/o daughter who is a great help, 8 y/o son, 3 y/o son, and 1. 5 y/o son. Our baby and 3 y/o are both still in diapers, and the 3y/o is autistic. He is a sweetheart and stays busy on his own a majority of the time, and melt downs are relatively minimal, but may take a while to start warming up to you. Once he gets to know someone he is so excited and happy to spend time with them. This would be a long term position and consistent hours/days with additional time on an as needed basis. I rotate between graveyards and day shift, so sometimes we would need childcare but I would be at home sleeping.

Care Giver

Part Time
My 7-year-old Down Syndrome daughter got approved to have a care giver for 46 hours a month. You would be paid by the agency. Basically it would be coming and playing with her a couple evenings a week and some Saturday. Times are flexible but obviously would need to be when she is not in school. You have to be 18 or older. If you are at all interested I can give you more information.