Nannies > Special Needs Child Care > Washington > Special Needs Child Care in Seattle

Find a special needs nanny in Seattle, WA

Nanny Lane is an easy and safe place for finding special needs child care

Find special needs child care near you
 

Hire a special needs nanny in Seattle, WA

With over 418+ special needs child care in Seattle, find a special needs nanny that fits your lifestyle.
  Next >
Hire a special needs nanny with great references
Lisa L.

Lisa is a life saver during the pandemic. Our kids love her so much and beg to go to her house to do art, go swimming and play with her animals. She’s an amazing cook and I trust her wholeheartedly with the care of my kids. - Caroline

Alayna B.

Alayna was such a fun and hands-on nanny. She was always ready to match whatever mood our kids were in, and was especially great at managing conflict. Our kids had fun with her always, and she is especially fun with art projects. She's creative and intuitive and always picked up the kitchen. - Ryan Tucker

Marina H.

She was an absolute dedicated worker. Arrived on time and put 100% energy into caring for the kids. She is an exceptional young woman who has a gift for creativity and will bring so much joy to your little one. She is detailed and very considerate. One of the best workers I have had in a long time. - Carole Linden

Nearby cities to find a special needs nanny

Anacortes, WA  Arlington, WA  Auburn, WA  Bainbridge Island, WA  Battle Ground, WA  Bellevue, WA  Bellingham, WA  Black Diamond, WA  Bonney Lake, WA  Bothell, WA  Bremerton, WA  Buckley, WA  Burien, WA  Burlington, WA  Camano Island, WA  Camas, WA  Centralia, WA  Chehalis, WA  Cheney, WA  Colbert, WA  Covington, WA  Des Moines, WA  DuPont, WA  Duvall, WA  East Wenatchee, WA  Edgewood, WA  Edmonds, WA  Ellensburg, WA  Enumclaw, WA  Everett, WA  Everson, WA  Fall City, WA  Federal Way, WA  Ferndale, WA  Fife, WA  Gig Harbor, WA  Gold Bar, WA  Graham, WA  Granite Falls, WA  Issaquah, WA  Kelso, WA  Kenmore, WA  Kennewick, WA  Kent, WA  Kirkland, WA  La Center, WA  Lacey, WA  Lake Stevens, WA  Lakewood, WA  Longview, WA  Lynden, WA  Lynnwood, WA  Maple Valley, WA  Marysville, WA  Mercer Island, WA  Mill Creek, WA  Monroe, WA  Moses Lake, WA  Mountlake Terrace, WA  Mount Vernon, WA  Mukilteo, WA  North Bend, WA  Oak Harbor, WA  Olympia, WA  Orting, WA  Pasco, WA  Port Angeles, WA  Port Orchard, WA  Poulsbo, WA  Pullman, WA  Puyallup, WA  Redmond, WA  Renton, WA  Richland, WA  Rochester, WA  Sammamish, WA  Sedro-Woolley, WA  Selah, WA  Sequim, WA  Shelton, WA  Shoreline, WA  Silverdale, WA  Snohomish, WA  Snoqualmie, WA  Spanaway, WA  Spokane, WA  Spokane Valley, WA  Stanwood, WA  Sumner, WA  Tacoma, WA  Tumwater, WA  University Place, WA  Vancouver, WA  Walla Walla, WA  Washougal, WA  Wenatchee, WA  Woodinville, WA  Yakima, WA  Yelm, WA

How to Hire Special Needs Child Care in Seattle,WA

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.

Common Responsibilities of Special Needs Child Care in Seattle,WA

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.

Interview Questions for Special Needs Child Care in Seattle,WA

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:

  • What's your experience caring for children with special needs?
  • How comfortable are you with following a routine?
  • Have you taken any special training?
  • Have you ever had an emergency or difficult situation while caring for a child with special needs?

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.

Contracts for Special Needs Child Care in Seattle,WA

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.

How to find a special needs nanny on Nanny Lane

Create a Profile
Create a Profile
Tell nannies and families about yourself
Connect & Hire
Connect & Hire
Message, interview, and run a background check
Start Payroll
Start Payroll
We do all your nanny payroll and taxes for you.

Popular searches in Seattle, WA