Explore the Apex Social Live-In Care Professional Program​


Are you an RBT, occupational therapist, speech therapist, physical therapist, nurse, teacher, special educator, social worker, or experienced nanny with a passion for children and a desire to make a meaningful impact? If you answered yes, you now have the opportunity to embark on a journey, either within the United States or across the beautiful landscapes of Australia, all while enriching your resume through the Apex Social program.

Our program is meticulously crafted to offer a unique work-travel experience spanning 1-2 years. Here, you can not only accumulate valuable professional experience but also immerse yourself in the daily life of a welcoming family, fostering personal growth along the way.

Special Needs Program

About our Apex Social Families

Apex Social is dedicated to working with families who have children with special needs – allowing you to put your professional experience to work in a practical setting. Many of our care professionals have the opportunity to work closely with the child’s care team including local therapists and educators to support therapy homework and other practices in a home setting.

Approximately 90% of our host families have children with special needs that include:

Approximately 90% of our host families have children with special needs that include:

  • Autism spectrum disorder, including Asperger’s syndrome
  • Attention deficit disorder (ADD)
  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Epilepsy and seizures
  • Down syndrome and other genetic conditions
  • Diabetes
  • Neurological disabilities
  • Developmental delays
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Learning disabilities
  • Undiagnosed/severe conditions
  • Mental and physical delays

Your responsibilities and areas of expertise

Education Support

Educational support for children of various ages

Our Educators are typically preschool and elementary school teachers with a degree in Early Childhood or Special Education and have teaching experience in a classroom setting. They can provide educational support for children of various ages, help children with homework, provide virtual learning support and reinforce or establish routines – everything from study habits to regular chores around the house – easing the transition when parents re-engage after a busy workday.

Apex Educators have a wide range of tasks that may include:

Newborn and Toddler Care

Our Professional Newborn & Toddler Caregivers either have extensive experience caring for infants or degrees in Pediatric Nursing or Early Childhood Development. This specialized care provides parents of infants with an extra set of capable, professional hands. The program is also ideal for parents with multiple infants or older children.

Our professional infant care candidates help with:

Specialized care provider

Apex Individualized Care Plan

Personalized Care Plan for you and your host family

The Apex Individualized Care Plan (AICP) uses a whole-child approach tailoring a unique child care plan developed by you with guidance from your Apex Educational & Therapeutic Resources Coach. It considers each child’s specific needs, strengths and existing plans. Emphasizing evidence-based strategies, the goal is to provide high-quality, personalized care, and to foster professional growth for you, while enhancing your family’s well-being. You become a central figure in your family’s care team, aiding in the integration of routine activities for an improved quality of life.

Are you interested in joining as a care professional?