Special Needs Nannies
The Elite Nanny Team is very excited to offer special needs nannies who are experienced working with kids who have behavioral challenges, genetic variations, or are blind or deaf.
Our special needs childcare providers are very experienced in their field.
We recruit nannies with the specific skills pertinent to your family.
We are the only nanny agency that specializes in caring for unique children.
Our nanny agency defines special needs as any individual who possesses or exhibits characteristics that are medically, behaviorally, or genetically based.
We favor nannies who live within 15 miles of your home to ensure their reliability.
Our elite nanny agency supports positive reinforcement with any behavior modification our nannies enforce.
We want our special needs sitters to work alongside the parents to learn the best way they care for their kid(s) while contributing their own applicable skills.
We favor Personal Care Assistants who are medically trained. Above all else, your caregiver must have a college degree. This is pretty non-negotiable. To become a special-needs nanny, apply here.
We want the very best for your child and will go to extreme lengths to find your family an experienced, intelligent, and responsible childcare provider.
If your little one has behavior challenges, we prefer professional babysitters who majored in psychology in college or university.
We rarely ask for more lead time to find the right nanny for your family, but we reserve the right to request additional time to find the ideal nanny match for your special needs child.
Special Needs Nanny Recruiting Cost for Permanent Nannies: $4,950.00
Special Needs Nanny Recruiting Cost for Temporary Nannies: $1,950.00
Families with child(ren) of special needs kids may want a nanny who is experienced with individuals who have been diagnosed with any of the following (not an exhaustive list):
Aspberger’s Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)
Severe Anxiety Disorder (SAD)
Severe Depressive Disorder
Significant Feeding Complications
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)