Who else but an au pair to fit that crazy split schedule?

School-aged children need lots of help, especially before/after school! Do you need an extra set of hands? An Au Pair is able to help out with things like packing lunches, driving kids to and from school, foreign language development, providing healthy after-school snacks and/or dinner, laundry, supervision of homework/other assignments and making sure chores are completed.

Parents who host an Au Pair get an added family member to help with the responsibilities around the house. They finally get a chance for a date night or some personal time, or just time to devote to one child at a time, to attend that game, recital or doctor’s appointment.

How does an Au Pair from Go Au Pair stand out?

  • Great value, one price for all your kids, full & part-time options:

Full time =  45 hrs/wk, < 10 hrs/day: $340/wk

Part time = 30 hrs/wk, < 10 hrs/day:  $288/wk

  • Live-in, requires extra bedroom in home
  • Host Families can see extensive driving experience and details

How long has held license

How often drives in home country

Type of driving in home country (i.e. city, country, etc)

  • 8 hours of safety training

Go Au Pair currently has over 300 Au Pairs available; you can review their profiles for free. View Available Au Pairs at http://www.goaupair.com.

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

Hear an Au Pair experience from a family with school-aged children.

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