Types of childcare

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The definition of a nanny, traditionally, includes all things child. Taking care of everything relating to the children. The children's laundry, activities, nutrition, actual care of the child. An au pair is a person who comes from another country, it might be their first time out of the country. They are required to have a certain number of hours available to them to go to school, while they are working as your nanny. They live in and you are able to get information about them before you hire them. Then there is a trial period where you can decide if you want to keep them long term. You usually keep them for a year and then you get a new au pair the following year. As far as a housekeeper goes, housekeeper is somebody who does just that, they keep the house. They are the ones who are doing all of the cleaning and anything with chemicals, bathroom, kitchen, everything. Then there are nanny housekeepers. Those are the ones who do the housekeeping and the childcare and they balance it. They will be responsible for taking care of the children. While the children are napping or whatever, they will clean the bathroom. They share the responsibility.

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Psychologist, The Nanny Doctor

Lindsay, known as The Nanny Doctor, has been working with families and their nannies for more than a decade. In addition to being a licensed clinical psychologist, Lindsay was a well-respected nanny for over 10 years in both the Los Angeles and San Francisco areas. Now, through her nanny consulting services, Lindsay works in conjunction with families and their agencies to provide a unique specialized service to help each family in finding the best possible match for their family. She aids, not only in the interview and hiring process, but also with the important transition of introducing a new person into the household. She stands firmly beside each of her clients throughout their journey and custom tailors a plan of action for each individual family. No nanny issue is too big or small! Her team is excited to be working with her and are happy to offer every family they work with a complimentary hour of her services!

 

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