Your dedicated Placement Coordinator and Local Area Representative (that’s me) are here to make the process as simple as possible. Professional Au Pair Blogger, Summer Blackhurst, reminds us that it is normal for the Host Family’s criteria to change, as you personally discover more of what you do and do not want in your au pair. Read her full article here. Keeping your Placement Coordinator in the loop is the way to find the best match for you in the shortest period of time.
You deserve more out of your childcare, and we want to handle all the details. Just tell us what you need, the skills you want the person to have. Even if you want an English-only au pair, we have outstanding candidates from New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa, to name a few!
In the Rhode Island, Eastern Connecticut, and Central/SE Massachusetts area, families are discovering the freedom that hosting an au pair can bring! You can set your own part or full time schedule, even flex it from week to week, if you need! You get the reliable, skilled caregiver who lives right with you! He or she becomes a member of the family during their stay.
While a typical stay for this cultural exchange program is one to two years, some au pairs find themselves looking for a new Host Family to complete their year, while others decide to stay in the program, but extend their stay with a different family in a different part of the country. It can be a win-win for families who only need short term care, or maybe the pro-rated fees are what attracts you to an in-country au pair.
Whatever has brought you looking for a live-in caregiver in the Southern New England area, you have arrived at Go Au Pair Providence!
I would love to hear from you. Do you have questions? Contact me, Joan Lowell, your Local Area Representative for Go Au Pair Providence, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 401.309.1925. Call or message me anytime, or simply apply online and tell them you read my blog!