We work in healthcare and adhere to strict safety protocols at work during this time. We would expect a caregiver to have a temperature screening each day prior to entering our home and be symptom free. We check our own temperatures each day as well. It is very important to us that our daughter is safe, loved, and learning during the day. Hours may vary on Fridays, but never longer than 7:30-5:30 and sometimes we may not need care at all on Fridays. Our daughter is smart, knows right from wrong, likes to have fun, needs help focusing when it comes to school work, is imaginative, loves creating, not a picky eater, and is a very typical 7-year-old. Our ideal caregiver: Looking for someone who can be a tutor/nanny for my 7-year-old daughter for the upcoming remote-learning school term. My husband and I are business owners and both work full time and do not have family nearby. Trying to help our daughter with distance learning over the spring was difficult for several reasons, but mostly because who wants their parents trying to teach them? She is a very smart girl, kind and caring, and she has a wonderful imagination. We are looking for someone who can guide her through her online learning and help her have some fun each day. Additional needs include having a reliable car and a non-smoker. We could use help with homework or curriculum assistance and structuring activities. Looking for a caregiver for my 7-year-old daughter. Looking for care Mondays (7:30am-5:30pm), Tuesdays (7:30am-5:30pm), Wednesdays (7:30am-5:30pm), Thursdays (7:30am-5:30pm), and Fridays (7:30am-1pm).