Special Needs / Disabilities Caregivers
Special Needs or Disability Caregivers are most commonly used to address impairments related to old age, disability, a disease, or a mental disorder. Caregivers are people who take care of other adults, often parents or spouses, or children with special medical needs. Special needs or disability caregivers provide care to children and adults who have special needs that render them unable to perform regular daily tasks such as feeding, bathing, and cleaning themselves. Special needs or disability caregivers work all shifts during weekdays and weekends, depending on the needs of their clients and employers.