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The Goodman Family
Camelback East Village, Phoenix$17/hr  |  2 kids
I need a part-time nanny who can pick up one of my daughters (Charlotte) and stay with one, or both, of them after school until I get home. Both of my girls have Autism. I am looking for someone who is willing to also become our respite provider, which is basically state paid babysitting. Our respite company would hire you and pay for the first 11 hours, and I would pay for any time thereafter.

The hours are approximately Monday through Thursday, starting with a 2:00pm pickup (there is some flexibility to the start time) until I get home from work, which is usually between 6-7. On Fridays, pickup is at 3:00 and I need you to meet her dad and hand her off. You would be done by 4:00. There will be an ABA therapist for one, or both, girls at the house some of the time you are here. If the girls are working with their therapist, you don't need to be involved, and you can do homework, read, watch tv etc during those times. I will provide a car seat, but you must have a car.

My two girls are Evie (age 8) and Charlotte (age 6). Evie is fairly high functioning. She is sweet, sensitive, and very loving. She loves to play board games and things like charades. Charlotte is 6. She is more impacted by her Autism and is limited in her verbal ability. Charlotte has a wonderful imagination and loves to dress up. She is more difficult to engage in activities and may want to spend time playing alone on the iPad. Charlotte has a difficult time being told "no" or to wait, and can get upset and cry or throw a tantrum. It's important that you have patience with her and also be able to set limits in a loving (but firm) way. Her ABA therapist can also provide training to you in order to help you effectively interact with Charlotte.

We also have a dog and a cat so you must love animals. No smoking please. We live off Missouri and 14th Street and Charlotte's school is off Greenway and the 51.
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