Immediate Help Available-Special Needs Experienced!

Do you need coverage for the kids, like now? Would you love to host an Au Pair? Do you need childcare immediately, like within the month? Does the idea of a cultural childcare experience sound appealing to you and your child or children? Go Au Pair has several in-country au pairs who would love to join your family! You can register online for free and interview as many candidates as you like, with no obligation!

Go Au Pair has several skilled, qualified and experienced au pairs ready to join your family within a week or two! Candidates available for interview this week are from the Ukraine, Italy, Vietnam, Mexico, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Australia and South Africa. We have infant qualified, licensed drivers, CPR and First Aid certified, ready to place with you by the end of the month and some by the end of summer. Visit our in-country page to see them all, but read about an English-speaking candidate who can stay until the middle of November (you could both agree to a 6, 9 or 12 month extension).

Register for free at www.goaupair.com/Providence

Go Au Pair offers outstanding live-in au pair childcare – we call it a cultural childcare experience! Register now at http://www.goaupair.com/Providence

Grace Kathaleen is a 19 year old high school graduate from Australia with CPR & First Aid training, plus extensive experience with Down’s Syndrome and developmentally delayed children! She is available to start within a couple of weeks, and that might be just what you need! She holds a state-issued driver’s license and can drive your kids, ages two and up, where they need to go!  Grace is interested in drama, theatre, badminton, crafts and family activities. She’d like to place with a Host Family with school-aged kids, and is willing to work with all kinds of traditional and non-traditional American families.

Grace is the eldest of three children who is interested in a career in child development and psychology. She says she loves to encourage kids’ creative minds, even if they get messy. Previous employers call her a bright and bubbly person who is always willing to go the extra step. Won’t you help Grace get her cultural exchange experience and give your kids one of their own? Consider au pair childcare with Go Au Pair today!

Au Pairs are young people, ages 18-26, from foreign countries, who have skills and experience in childcare. You can become a Host Family, providing room & board and a stipend while your au pair provides flexible childcare for the remainder of his or her year, with the possibility of extending for another 6, 9 or 12 months. That is 45 hours per week, not more than 10 hours per day, for less than the cost of a nanny or full time day care!

If Grace isn’t the right match for you, don’t worry. Register online at Go Au Pair. We have over 300 available au pairs, with several in-country au pairs, who could be working for you in as little as two weeks! Register online today to interview candidates.

All au pairs speaks English (rated 1 to 5), have previous skills and experience in caring for children, and Go Au Pair has already done all the legwork and screening for you. If you need a driver or someone who swims, we can do that too. Want someone with CPR or First Aid certification? You can even choose which language you’d like your children to learn from their new au pair.

Why not register today so you can get started right away? Visit Go Au Pair, no matter what city you call home; and start your Host Family Application. If you have specific questions, call me, your Local Area Rep, or message me, Joan Lowell, at jlowell@goaupair.com or 401.309.1925. Won’t you help an au pair complete his or her year with your family?

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