Transition au pairs are qualified au pairs who are in the process of changing Host Families. They are already in the country on an assignment which has ended early, and can often be in your home in as little as a couple of weeks. What do you know about au pair childcare?
An au pair can help with morning/evening routines when things get busy around the house, even help with older or younger kids too, for no extra charge. Little ones need a patient caregiver to help them learn tasks like dressing, potty training, brushing teeth/hair, & au pairs can handle it while also helping your child learn to share, play new games & even learn a new language! Bigger kids love the cultural exchange and big sister or brother they get for a year! Parents love the extra set of helping hands at home, where and when they need it, not scheduled during already-packed work hours.
Prices are perfect for families too, with up to 45 hours (not more than 10 per day) of childcare for under $7.55 per hour, or up to 30 hours for under $9.55 per hour! That is for all your kids, when you need it, flexible and reliable! Payment options are available. This really is affordable childcare! You do need a private bedroom for your au pair, since it is a live-in program. I want you to have peace of mind. Go Au Pair has been matching families with au pairs for over 25 years! 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.
All Au Pairs qualified with Go Au Pair pass a 17-point screening process including background check & personality profile, speak English (rated 1-5), receive 32 hours child care training in child development & safety, provide live-in care for children & perform child care related tasks like meal prep for kids, children’s laundry, cleaning children’s playroom & bedrooms. Full time Au Pairs work up to 45 hours per week , or only 30 hours for a part time Au Pair. Each Au Pair is responsible to complete an educational component to complete the program.
Kayla is a 21 year old South African au pair already in the U.S. She is looking for a Host Family by the end of September. She speaks English (rated 5 of 5), Afrikaans, Dutch and French. She is infant qualified with almost 1,500 hours of documented infant care experienced, mostly with 3 to 12 month and 18-24 month old babies. Kayla holds both CPR and First Aid certifications. She drives (since summer of 2012), swims, cooks, will place with a family with pets, and enjoys horse riding, reading and spending time with family and friends.
Kayla could fit in just fine at your little farm here in Southern New England! She will be able to provide flexible child care through the middle of next August, when she will be eligible to extend for another 6, 9, or 12 months. Her ideal family is a married couple or single mom who needs help with the kids.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 401-309-1925 for more information.
Go Au Pair currently has over 300 Au Pairs available out-of-country as well as some in-country; you can review their profiles for free! Simply visit us online and complete a free registration – what are you waiting for? Your cultural childcare experience is just weeks away!