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Affordable Live- in Childcare

Posted by on Dec. 6, 2012 at 1:53 PM
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Affordable Live-In Childcare

Finding affordable, high-quality, at home childcare is a challenge many parents face. The cost of childcare can vary greatly depending on where you live, the age of your child, the number of children you have, and your family's specific childcare needs. Nannies and daycare rarely provide the most affordable childcare available for the average family. Au Pair Care offers a live-in childcare option for parents who want to provide the best care possible for their children. For about $350 per week or $7.75 per hour, you can have an in-home caregiver that looks after your child for up to 45 hours per week, in the safety of your own home. We believe that when you compare Au Pair Care to other available childcare options such as daycare or nannies, you'll find that au pair childcare offers the highest quality care to fit your family's budget, especially when caring for multiple children. All our au pairs receive CPR and first aid training at our Au Pair Training Academy, and are equipped with important safety knowledge and skills to cope with the many situations they might experience while caring for your children. During the Safety Care TM training program, au pairs are introduced to American safety rules and the expectations their American host family might have regarding childcare and safety

"Our family needed one-on-one care and hired our au pair to spend most of her time with our baby. With a new baby, we also didn't want our older children in daycare where they would be more prone to get sick." - The Cukrowski Family

For more information please contact your local Area Director, Laura Work, at 860-391-8073 or Lwork@aupaircare.com or visit www.aupaircare.com.

 

by on Dec. 6, 2012 at 1:53 PM
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lnk8522
by on Dec. 6, 2012 at 6:08 PM
and for those making minimum wage.....

hell,i make ten bucks an hour and still only bring home less than 300 a wk after taxes
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