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Stephanie N.|Washington, DC

$15-30/hr 10 yrs exp 44 yrs old

Stephanie

Avg response < 4 hrs
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Hi, my name is Stephanie. I have been caring for children for over 25 years. When my own children were young I ran a daycare from home. Once my children were in school full time I began working in military child development centers for a total of nine years. I also worked in the school system with special needs children for four years. After my children left home I became a nanny for a set of 3-month-old triplets. I stayed with that family for three years when it was time for them to start a school program. I focus on development of social, fine motor and communications skills and love being active and playing outside, art, singing, and reading with kids. I love the look on a child's face when they learn something new. I love animals and am great with pets. I have two adult children of my own and one grandchild.
EK
Reviewed by Elizabeth K. 5/5 stars
Ms. Stephanie and I have a unique history. We worked together at a Cdc where we were co-workers but she was also my child's teacher. My son was in preschool at the time and still had a hard time with separation as well as being in a large loud setting. C. clicked with Ms. Stephanie and drop off became easier and he was able to engage more in the group setting. Due to expansion in the center Ms. Stephanie was asked to switch age groups and work with infants. Yucky for me as parent but great for me as co-worker because it gave me a chance to work side by side with her. She was able to switch ages without any hesitation. Ms. Stephanie is a kind and caring person a true gem!
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Evangeline R.|Washington, DC

$10-25/hr 6 yrs exp 61 yrs old

Full Time Reliable Nanny/Caregiver

Avg response < 8 hrs
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Well I'm a registered nurse by profession. So I have a knowledge in child care. Before I also take care of my little brothers and sisters, so with my nieces and nephews. After graduation in collage I have the chance to work as a caregiver/nanny. My responsibilities as a babysitter are bathing the baby, giving the formula, changing the clothes and making her/him comfortable. Marking the environment safe, cooperating with family. Observe the child developmental changes. Also report to the parent any on towards behavior of the baby. If the baby is sick assist the parents to determine signs and symptoms. Close observation of the baby is needed. Now that I'm in US I'm taking care of 2 kids, 7 months and 4 years old. My responsibility as a babysitter to the infant is bathing her, changing her diaper, feeding her and taking vital signs if needed. I also make her comfortable while sleeping. Make sure that she is safe. While the 4-year-old toddler, I prepare her food in school, prepare light food, assist in bathing and changing clothes. Grooming, also once in a while play with her, also check her activities in school. See to it that she have the necessary things in school.
YT
Reviewed by Yasmeen T. 5/5 stars
Vangie was a very caring and kind nanny, she took care of our 1 year old for two full days, taking her to activities at the library and the park. She's trustworthy and we felt very comfortable with her.
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