Amber is very reliable and always on time. She has extensive experience which is obvious when seeing her interactions with my daughter. My daughter is always very excited to have Amber watch her. Having an educational background and extensive child experience make her an excellent candidate for anyone looking for a quality nanny. I recommend her without any hesitation. - Craig
Justina was so perfect for our family. She was kind, thoughtful, gentle, focused on early childhood education best practices. Our two kids are different people, and she was able to meet the needs of both of them so well. She is fantastic, and any family would be so very lucky to have her. - Jennifer
Miranda was always very helpful, she did amazing with my newborn daughter!! She was always very punctual. Miranda is one of the best Nannies I've ever had. - Emir'ra
First, you should understand your requirements and preferences for this position and create your special needs nanny job. Then, as you find candidates that you like, you can message them to learn more about them. After you found the right candidate, you can take advantage of Nanny Lane’s services, including background checks, PLUS, and nanny payroll.
The roles and responsibilities of a nanny caring for a child with special needs vary from position to position. Special needs nannies have diverse experiences with different needs and abilities. If your child has a consistent schedule or meals that they like to eat, your nanny’s responsibilities can include pick up/drop-off, meal preparation, and any other tasks needed to ensure the children’s well-being. It is essential to take these factors into account when determining how much you should pay a special needs nanny.
As you start to find your favorite candidates for your special needs nanny position, invite them to a nanny interview. Here’s a list of some nanny interview questions to consider asking:
At the end of the interview, if you’d like to move forward with the candidate, you can ask for references to learn more about their experiences.
Once you have the right candidate for your special needs nanny job, you should present the candidate a job offer. This stage is an opportunity to foster open communication before they start or a situation arises. After presenting your job offer, facilitate a discussion between your family and your special needs nanny to clarify any confusion. Once you have found an agreement with your special needs nanny, you can document this in a contract.