Special Needs Live-In Childcare
Balanced Care & Support for All Children in your Family
Our highly trained care professionals have direct experience caring for children with special needs and use their education and training to ensure each child can reach his or her potential.
Whether an occupational or physical therapy assistant, paediatric healthcare assistant with nursing experience, teacher or other profession, our care providers have the training, skills and expertise to support families with special needs.
Our care professionals work closely with his or her host family and local therapist to support a child’s individual needs. They provide high quality, skilled care tailored to the child’s diagnosis – implementing therapy homework, creating routines, administering medicine, etc.
Apex care professionals have experience with most types of special needs in four major categories:
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Down syndrome
- Global developmental delay
- Attention deficit disorder (ADD)
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD)
- Epilepsy and seizures
- Muscular dystrophy
- Neurological disabilities
- Cerebral Palsy
- Visually impaired
- Hearing impaired
- Sensory processing disorder
Most of our families with children with special needs also have children without special needs. The apex care professionals excel at balancing the needs of every child in the family – whether they have special needs or not – to ensure quality care and attention as well as a positive, safe and supportive environment.
Our care professionals have direct experience caring for children with special needs and use their education and training to ensure each child can reach their potential.
Apex Professional Exchange’s childcare infant and toddler program matches families with childcare providers who have significant experience caring for children and infants.
Our care professionals will work with you, your family and support team to understand your plan and goals and help you live in your own home and maintain independence.