Special Needs Caregivers find summer jobs at babysitting service

Top Quote The online nanny and babysitting service announces introduction of its new innovative website focusing on special needs childcare. This introduction is just in time for parents looking for summer childcare. Now families of special needs children have a resource to find experience special needs caregivers seeking summer care giving jobs. End Quote
    QuoteAs a parent of a special needs child, I understand the needs of our members seeking qualified caregivers.Quote
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN-WI (1888PressRelease) April 28, 2014 - School is almost out for the summer, which means responsible college students and teachers are looking for those essential summer jobs. For many years college students and teachers have used to locate summer babysitting jobs to help offset the higher tuition costs, leaner job market and to supplement their income. The progressive website revolutionizes the special needs childcare industry by enabling highly specific caregiver searches. Parents with special needs children are now able to find qualified babysitters, nannies, and PCAs that have specialized experience and education.

    CEO and co-founder Sarah Schlicht explains, "We just launched our new website and already we have many qualified special needs caregivers around the country; some with graduate degrees in education, Registered Nurses and seasoned paraeducators."

    Sarah Schlicht understands how challenging it is to find summer caregivers for a special needs child. Her 12 year old son Jeremy has behavioral and medical special needs. "My goal is to help other special needs parents by reducing the stress and difficulty in finding a qualified caregiver. We developed the new website to be highly specific in pinpointing caregivers' special needs experience, certifications, and education." The new attractive website features video introductions and advanced internal communication between potential caregivers and parents. was founded in 2003 by Sarah Schlicht and her husband, both Cottage Grove, MN residents.

    Many college students and teachers realize that their special needs caregiver skills are in high demand during the summer. Sarah operates the popular babysitting service website that helps its members find summer babysitting jobs. "Caregivers are finding that traditional part time summer jobs are just not available and have turned to us to find rewarding work babysitting," said Sarah. "Babysitters and nannies, who apply for free membership, will be able to respond to parents' babysitting job postings. online babysitting service believes in family values and quality customer care while providing a service that is responsive to the needs of our members. Perspective members can register and evaluate the service for free. In-depth profiles on each caregiver will help parents locate and determine which babysitter or nanny can best relate to a family's requirements. Whether a child has medical, behavioral, or learning needs, 4sitters enables parents to find that experienced special needs caregiver.

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