Do you know about our infant qualified au pairs?

What is an infant qualified au pair? An infant qualified au pair from Go Au Pair has at least 200 hours of documented infant care experience, but many have over a thousand hours! There is no extra charge for Infant qualified au pairs, who can care for older kids too, and have had extra hours of infant-specific safety and developmental training. Although au pairs cannot be the sole care provider for an infant under 3 months, they can assist in all aspects of care in preparation for being on his or her own when the baby is over 3 months and mom returns to work.

Prices are right for families with up to 45 hours (not more than 10 per day) of childcare for only $340 per week, or up to 30 hours for only $288 per week. In addition to full child care, au pairs can perform light child-related housekeeping such as child’s laundry or tidying children’s rooms or play areas. You do need a private bedroom for your au pair, since it is a live-in program.

Parents get the peace of mind of happy and safe children cared for in their own home with their own things. Since au pairs stay for at least a year and may extend for a second, your child will develop a long-term relationship with your au pair.

Go Au Pair currently has over 300 Au Pairs available; you can review their profiles for free. View Available Au Pairs by visiting

My name is Joan Lowell and I am the Go Au Pair LAR (Local Area Representative) for the Providence and surrounding area. We are accepting families anywhere in the RI, CT, MA region. Please contact me at or at 401-309-1925 for more information about Au Pair childcare.

Hear an Au Pair experience from a family with infants

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