Looking to be a special needs Au Pair or facilitator?

Looking to be a special needs Au Pair or facilitator?


We offer Au Pairs:

  • Professionalism
  • Open communication, honesty and ongoing support
  • Interview meeting
  • Personal profile building to ensure the perfect match for both parties.
  • Placement in one or more of our divisions
  • We personalize your contracts

Allowing you to:

  • Explore your own personal inner child,
  • See life through a child’s eyes.
  • To guide, impart knowledge and encourage growth in a meaningful way

Remember to have fun.

Each child deserves the opportunity to participate in activities that will enhance their emotional and physical well – being through joyful experiences.“

Deena Hoagland ( Founder of Dolphin Assisted Therapy)

Looking to be a special needs Au Pair or facilitator?


We offer Au Pairs:

  • Professionalism
  • Open communication, honesty and ongoing support
  • Interview meeting
  • Personal profile building to ensure the perfect match for both parties.
  • Placement in one or more of our divisions
  • We personalize your contracts

 


Allowing you to:

  • Explore your own personal inner child,
  • See life through a child’s eyes.
  • To guide, impart knowledge and encourage growth in a meaningful way

Remember to have fun.

Each child deserves the opportunity to participate in activities that will enhance their emotional and physical well – being through joyful experiences.“

Deena Hoagland ( Founder of Dolphin Assisted Therapy)

 

We offer three divisions of special needs Au Pair positions:


A school facilitator:

To accompany your child to school and provide daily support within the school environment.

An exam facilitator:

To assist your child during the exam period either as a scribe or a reader, within the school environment.

A special needs Au Pair:

To work with the family in the home environment, to provide a safe, stimulating program tailored to meet specific needs.


 

Minimum requirements to become a special needs Au Pair or facilitator:


  1. A passion for working with children
  2. A love for working with children with special needs
  3. A matric certificate
  4. 18 years and over
  5. A South African ID number
  6. A valid drivers license
  7. Previous Au Pair experience or child related experience (at least 1 year experience, no family reference)
  8. Previous experience working with children with special needs or a degree related to childcare. e.g. Physiotherapy, Speech Therapy, Nursing, Early Childhood Development, Special Needs Education or Psychology
  9. No criminal record*
  10. Contactable references

* Tip: It is highly recommended to get a criminal clearance form from your nearest police station, as this will be beneficial when applying for positions.