Special Needs Nanny for Infant
Special needs nannies are instrumental to a family's sanity. But you are more than an infant specialist nanny experienced with developmentally delayed kids in Minneapolis. You are on the floor full-time, giggling and teaching the baby. Your college degree, experience with disabled children, and early childhood education make you invaluable. You are a leader who epitomizes love, dependability, and calmness.
The newborn was diagnosed with Williams Syndrome (a genetic disorder resulting in developmental disabilities, cardiac symptoms, and colic). Williams' kids are unbelievably friendly, outgoing, happy, and idealistic.
The parents hope your easygoing nature provides a positive, nurturing environment allowing Lo to reach a neurotypical stage of learning by encouraging the infant to achieve its best, not pushing them. For example, sleep training is challenging for this infant, who sleeps for forty-five minutes, on average, about six times a day. Knowledge of nutrition management may be worthwhile.
As the newborn with Williams Syndrome becomes a toddler, your Special needs experience will assist you in being successful.
As an infant specialist, you differentiate between chaos and calm for this loving family and their infant. Any family who requests that their nanny is funny, comical, and loves to laugh is a family you want to commit to long-term.
The stay-at-home mom is looking for a patient teammate, a cheerleader, and an infant specialist to let Mom "get back to normal." COVID, flu, and tdap vaccines are required (at a minimum). This position is a long-term, year-round nanny job for a developmentally-delayed infant.
Pay: $21.00 to $30.00 an hour
The baby has a 7yog sister. Lo is at the academy full-time and will be home during the summer (when not in camp.) Our client is an entrepreneurial chef who prefers the full or part-time nanny focused on special-needs newborns. Former Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), neonatal nurses, and pediatric nurses are encouraged to apply.
Special Needs Nanny Requirements:
You understand that special-needs infants are immunocompromised, and you are willing to update your COVID, flu, and Tdap vaccinations.
You may have attended college, majored in early childhood education (ECE), or been certified as a Child Development Associate (CDA).
You might have completed some Early Childhood Education (ECE) Coursework from your bachelor’s degree at college or university.
You might be knowledgeable about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
You have a dependable car and minimal speeding tickets/accidents.
You may have majored in early childhood education (K-12) at an accredited college or university (2 or 4 years) or technical/ community college.
You might be First Aid/CPR/SIDS Certified for babies and newborns.
You have worked with developmentally disabled infants and other special needs newborns who may or may not have learning disabilities.
You are not allergic to canines.
You appreciate constantly speaking and interacting with newborns and elementary school kids.
You wholly and lovingly support developmentally challenged babies to explore their abilities.
You cherish laughing and comedy!
Location: Minneapolis/St Paul, MN 55408
Pay: $21.00 to $30.00 an hour
Special Needs: Special Needs Infant with Colic, developmental delay, and cardiac difficulties.
# of Kids: One full-time through the school year (3mog with Williams Syndrome), and 7yog only during the summer.
Flexible Part-Time or Full Time Schedule
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Information About The Elite Nanny Team:
The parents pay you directly
You receive paid holiday packages
The family reimburses you for gas mileage for using your car during work hours
You directly impact the development of our future children
You make a meaningful difference in the world
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