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Find Special Needs Care Jobs in Rochester, Massachusetts

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5 Special Needs Jobs Found

Running errands and driving to the gym

Posted by Sarah M. on 11/29/2016

Start date:
  • 23 miles away (Norton, MA)
  • $12/hr
  • 1 child

Hi My husband is in his 40's and cannot drive. He is blind and needs someone who is willing to drive him around town to do errands and to the gym. He is very independence just needs minimal assaistamce. We are looking for 1-2 days a week for a couple of hours. (Flexible) Thanks Sarah

Caregiver fluent in ASL

Posted by Dyne M. on 11/28/2016

  • 25 miles away (Brockton, MA)
  • $20–25/hr
  • 1 child

Fluent ASL speaker needed to provide in-home child care as needed. CPR certified and clean background check a must.

Weekends (day) + some weekday afternoons

Posted by Tracy T. on 11/20/2016

Start date:
  • 19 miles away (Sandwich, MA)
  • $15–20/hr
  • 1 child

We’re looking for someone to take our developmentally-delayed son to local activities and to do activities in our home. Our son is a very happy 23-yr. old who doesn’t have behavioral issues. He’s deaf and has a cognitive delay that gives him some characteristics to autistic spectrum disorders. He... More

Experience with special needs PCA

Posted by Solange G. on 11/18/2016

Start date:
  • 24 miles away (Brockton, MA)
  • $14/hr
  • 1 child

Hello I have a 4 year old who is special needs he's very dependent of you he can not walk or talk.. But says ooohs and'll be responsible for one feed, and I will teach you this very simple. The hours I'm looking for are 11:15-2:15/2:30 Some Saturdays but I will let you know ahead of... More

Edema leg compression therapy

Posted by Sandy K. on 11/8/2016

Start date:
  • 9 miles away (Middleboro, MA)
  • $10/hr
  • 1 child

86 year old woman needs someone to put her on her "Flexitouch" leg compression machine each day. It takes about 2 hours a day. It is velcro sleeve that goes from her toes to her thigh that is attached to a compression machine. You wrap her leg, push a button to start the machine, and you are done... More

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