With an au pair, you actually choose the skills needed to match your family’s individual needs!
Do you prefer someone who drives (but not someone who just got his or her license), someone who can swim, cook, or someone with CPR and First Aid certification? You get all this information and more when you look at an au pair profile. You can see exactly how many years and the type of experience and even how many hours of infant care experience an au pair has documented. You can learn about their background and upbringing, and we encourage you to interview in multiple modes so you can see, hear and talk to your au pair before selecting him or her.
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.
The price is flexible, depending on what you need, with up to 45 hours (not more than 10 hrs per day) of childcare for one price, or up to 30 hours for part time, no matter how many children in your family! In addition to full child care, au pairs can perform light child-related housekeeping such as child’s laundry or tidying children’s rooms or play areas. You do need a private bedroom for your au pair, since it is a live-in program.
My name is Joan Lowell, Go Au Pair LAR (Local Area Rep) for the Providence area. Contact me at email@example.com or 401-309-1925 with your questions.
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Informational sessions can also be scheduled on site for corporations, groups and community organizations.
Don’t forget to inquire about the Local Area Discount within an hour of Providence!