What Do You Think of When You Hear the Term “Au Pair”?

If you French in high school, you may remember “au pair” (pronounced o-pair) means on par with, or equal to, and also refers to a young foreign person, typically a woman, who helps a family with childcare and child-related duties in exchange for room and board.

Read another blog about general misconceptions about Au Pairs, and then try out the experience for your family! Summer’s blog-Misconceptions About Au Pairs

Go Au Pair is an agency which sponsors these young adults and helps local families find reliable and flexible child care providers with a cultural twist!

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.

Au Pairs from Go Au Pair stand out, with full and part time options, 8 hours of safety training, and extensive details available about your au pair and his or her school, childcare, and driving experience. The value is unmatched, with one price for all your kids, up to 45 hours (<10/day) for under $345 per week, or with school-aged kids, part time up to 30 hours is under $295 per week!

Did you also know? The U.S. Dept. of State regulates the Au Pair Program for cultural exchange visitors; Go Au Pair sponsors the Visa & handles all paperwork & logistics for you, adding stability & consistency for all involved.

My name is Joan Lowell, LAR (Local Area Rep) in the Providence area; please contact me at jlowell@goaupair.com or 401-309-1925 with your questions.

Visit Go Au Pair’s Providence page at http://www.goaupair.com/Providence and inquire about our Local Area Promotional Pricing!

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