Questions to ask when interviewing your childcare provider

Tuesday, 4 September 2018

We recommend reading through the list of 50 questions first and identifying the ones that relate to your family. They include questions about: An applicant’s general childcare experience Her expectations with relation to your family’s needs Her personality, maturity level and interests Specific ages and needs of your children (infant, toddler, school-aged child, special needs […]

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Thailand Au Pair

Wednesday, 29 August 2018

     Lovely au pair is available to join a host family in Colorado for 12 months! Please share this with anyone in need of great childcare. Here is what her current host family says about Bow. “Bow is just wonderful with our 18-month-old daughter. She is attentive, engaged and […]

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Au Pair from Czech looking to join American family

Friday, 24 August 2018

Do you need childcare? Do you need flexible hours without extra fees? Are you looking for more than traditional drop off childcare? Are you looking for that person that becomes part of the family? Have you ever considered the convenience of live-in childcare, but thought you could not afford it? Welcoming […]

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Cultural Care Au Pair Childcare – Jennifer Morrow

Monday, 20 August 2018

If you need #childcare, you may find #hosting an #aupair the perfect solution to your busy schedule! Help with the kids’ laundry, meals, driving to activities, errands, and having the extra set of hands can save you hours on tasks and chores. The time you’ll save to be spent devoted to your children and family […]

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Au Pair 2018 Fall Education Options

Sunday, 19 August 2018

AU PAIR EDUCATION OPTIONS The Education Component for Au Pairs The U.S. Department of State requires that all au pairs must complete 6 credits (or its equivalent if it is a non-credit course 72-90 hours) at an accredited post-secondary institution over the course of their year. Host families are responsible […]

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