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Mother's help for child with learning difficulties

Zurich area: Single Mom looking for a full time English speaking Mother's helper to care for loving 12 year old boy with learning difficulties.
As I work full time, my son needs to be driven to and from school and other activities, assisted with homework, fed etc. until I come home. I am looking for someone interested in helping him achieve his full potential in a firm but loving manner.
Since I need someone right away, the position can be short or long term.
Live in or live out are both possibilities.
Driving license is a must. The candidates must be Swiss or EU citizens or have a valid work permit.
I look forward to hearing from you very soon by PM ( please remember to include your email address, and not post it over this thread ).

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Re: Mother's help for child with learning difficulties

I always wonder about people who are seeking English mother tongue employees to have responses by people who clearly, at least literately, aren't mother tongue English writers, and one might believe there fore not mother tongue English speakers as well...how much harder this might make their search?

I say that because children, especially those with special needs, need to learn each language they learn from some one who speaks it correctly. If they learn it in-correctly they will also talk it in-correctly, and make learning that much more difficult.
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