Find the perfect caregiver for your ongoing, after-school, part-time or occasional care needs
We understand that our children thrive when we understand them deeply and use that understanding to develop strong, connected relationships with them. These relationships are central to true companionship and care, defusing the challenges that arise, harvesting joy and learning from daily activities. Imagine having a childcare provider who knows how to respond to sensory-related struggles, language delays, non-verbal communication, atypical behaviors, repetitive movements, and challenging tantrums. Imagine childcare that is integrated with a support system for you by people who deeply understand the joys and challenges we all face as parents of special children.
Our Care Specialists are extensively screened, certified in CPR and First Aid and trained to provide you with reliable, engaging childcare, whether it's on an as-needed basis or for regular employment. As parents of special needs children ourselves, we feel confident that we can help you find a caregiver that matches well with your family.
Our registration process helps us understand your family's unique needs:
$199 Registration fee
Caregiver rates typically range from $25/hr - $33/hr
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on payment and areas served.
Special needs caregivers are paid directly by the family. MOA bills families its service fees based on total childcare hours provided. Payments are processed via Bank of America's online payment option. All cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance and submitted to MOA via telephone or email.
Fees and services are subject to change.
Services are currently available to families residing in the five boroughs of New York City, northern New Jersey and lower Westchester County.
Note: an 'Agreement to use Services' detailing terms and conditions will be provided and must be signed in advance of any hiring interview. Clients agree to not privately hire any candidate that has been introduced to them by MOA for a period of 1-year after their introduction.