I am not a soccer mom, probably a track mom, but nonetheless, I do hear conversation at the field. How many kids do you have? How old are your kids? What do you do for work? What do you do for childcare? I am amazed at the number of people who still put their kids in traditional daycare. Isn’t that already determined to be a little too rush-them-into-school-kill-childhood kind of stuff? Okay, maybe that is a little harsh, but I’ve got your attention now, haven’t I?
Au Pair childcare is different. This young person, whom you and your family interviewed multiple times live via Skype and made a mutual match, has come to live with your family for a year. The main purpose is to provide up to 45 hours of childcare to your family and have a cultural exchange experience. What could be greater than that? Your child is probably already sitting in some form of babysitting or daycare experience, maybe up to 40 hours a week or more! Wouldn’t they have more fun engaging and learning in your home and community for all those hours?
An au pair can help your kids get ready for school in the morning and even drive them, if needed. He or she can be home all day with the baby, too. Our infant qualified au pairs have at least 200 hours of documented experience with children under age two, some with experience into the thousands of hours! If you have more than one child, the price doesn’t change like daycare, which practically doubles. An au pair can engage one child in a language lesson or tutoring session while the baby sleeps, or while you have a little one-on-one time with your child.
Don’t miss out any more! Get online and check us out! Affordable, live-in childcare can be yours in the next month, or sooner! Don’t need anyone until fall? No problem; take your time to interview as many candidates from as many countries as you like!
Go view our video to see how you can get started and save up to 15%! As always, you can contact me, Joan Lowell, LAR in RI, at 401.309.1925 or email@example.com. I look forward to your call!