Chinese Au Pair for Your Baby

Attention southern New England parents! Looking for cultural childcare for your family? Are you planning to return to work soon? Want help establishing routines with your baby (and older kids)? An au pair can help baby-proof the house, while helping you provide a safe, healthy environment for your infant (not less than 3 months) & older children, all for one price! She can even help do kids’ laundry, light meal preparation & clean-up so you can read that bedtime story!

How about just a little extra coverage so you can shop, go to the gym, or on a date night without the kids along? I would love you to consider hosting an au pair with Go Au Pair and find out what all the hubbub is about – Beili is just one of hundreds of outstanding candidates from dozens of countries around the world.

Infant Au Pairs from Go Au Pair stand head & shoulders above the rest. They have at least 200 hrs of documented experience caring for children under age two. At least 50% of our au pairs have more than the minimum, some with thousands of hours of experience! Beili is one of them, with OVER 3,400 hours of documented care for under age two! Keep reading!

How does an au pairs gain Infant Certification?
• At least 200 hrs of experience, experience with diapers / bottles
• At least one work reference from employer with <2 kid
• Certain amount of 32 hr training focused on infants
• 4 hrs infant safety instruction
• 4 hrs infant child development instruction
• Required if Host Family has kids <2

Is there safety training?
• Au pairs required to complete 32 hrs instr training
• CPR cert / First Aid
• Additional training at NYC Workshop (highly recommended)

Au Pairs are 18-26 year old nannies who provide safe, reliable in-home child care & bring a cultural experience to your family. Initial placement is 1 yr for out-of-country Au Pairs, or shorter if you choose an in-country Au Pair; many choose to extend up to a 2nd yr.

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Meet 24 year old college graduate and experience au pair, babysitter and daycare worker, Beili from China. She is currently in the US with a Host Family and looking to complete her year with your family! She can start within a couple of weeks and stay until the end of September, 2016! That’s full-time, reliable and affordable live-in childcare for your baby and older kids, all for one price!

Beili speaks English (rated 4 of 5), Cantonese and Mandarin! Beili has been called positive, optimistic, mature, steady, patient and gentle. She was able to comfort him and to transfer attention of a disruptive child. Her ideal Host Family will be a traditional married couple, single parent of either gender or a gay couple with children of any age or ability.

She is an only child who says she loves ping-pong ball, competed in a local Ping-pong ball league, plays a decent game of badminton and likes rollerblading too. She also says she enjoys cooking, writing and traveling, and especially listening to music. She also enjoys riding bikes and photography. Sound like she could fit into your family and provide the reliable and affordable live-in care you need?

Go visit us online – just google Go Au Pair Providence!
You do need an extra bedroom, since it is a live-in program. ALL your kids are one price, less than $7.55 per hour for 45 hours of childcare (not more than 10 hours per day), flexible around YOUR schedule & YOUR needs! Full or part time options are available too! Most au pairs stay at least one year, creating consistency. 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.

My name is Joan Lowell, LAR (Local Area Rep) for the Providence area. Call me at 401.309.1925 or email me at Check out Providence Au Pair’s city page for event information!


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