Weekly Meetings are Important!

Tuesday, 22 November 2016

I strongly recommend that you take time to meet with your au pair on the weekly basis. The meetings should be used as a time to review all that has happened during the last week. Making time to talk to your au pair on a consistent basis is a worthwhile […]

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Au Pair Arrival “To Do” List

Monday, 14 November 2016

Hello and Welcome to the United States (Or Colorado)! I am here to help you with anything you might need during your time in beautiful Colorado!  I am very excited to work with you and help you experience the best possible year as an Au Pair! Step 1:  Social Security […]

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Au Pair Education Options in Denver Metro Area

Monday, 14 November 2016

The Education Component for Au Pairs Requirements:  72-90 hours (non-credit courses) Documentation is required (example: certificate, official letter from the school, or transcript). The school must be a post-secondary accredited institution. Host family has agreed to pay the cost of academic course work up to $500.00.  (Education and Vacation follow […]

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How to Help Your Au Pair Avoid a Blue Holiday Season

Thursday, 3 November 2016

  As the holidays approach your au pair may experience a renewed sense of homesickness during this time and some au pairs may not even recognize that what they’re feeling is homesickness. Some signs might include looking tired or withdrawn, complaining of minor aches and pains, showing decreased interest in […]

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How Well Does Your Au Pair Drive?

Saturday, 29 October 2016

Driving is a huge responsibility and it may be one of the harder things to decipher when you are interviewing Nannies and Au Pairs! These questions will help you get a good picture of the road ahead! When did you receive your license? Do you own a car? Does your […]

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