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8 Common Misconceptions About Nannies That Need To Go

As a nanny, or even a day care worker or babysitter, you put in the work. You take care of your charges all day long and maybe even overnight and on weekends. But sometimes your hard work goes unrecognized (OK, a lot of the time), and other times people are... more

Transitioning From Babysitter To Nanny: What You Need To Know

If you have experience working as a babysitter for a family or several families, you may be looking to increase your workload and earning potential by transitioning into work as a nanny. Despite their similarities, the shift from babysitter to nanny can be tricky, as many families seeking to hire... more

8 Tips For Working With Highly Involved Parents

One of the toughest challenges nannies or sitters face is navigating their relationship with highly involved parents. A highly involved parent is someone who may check in constantly to see what you’re doing with the child, ask for a play-by-play of the day or even limit the types of activities... more

4 Cultural Differences To Be Mindful Of When Caring For Seniors

Today, there are about 46 million Americans over the age of 65, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. By 2060, that number is estimated to more than double to nearly 100 million. While this population is undoubtedly large, it’s also more racially and ethnically diverse than previous generations, according... more

Why Every Senior Caregiver Should Consider Professional Training

If you’re a senior care provider, you help aging individuals with their activities of daily living. You keep them company during your shift, and you care for them like they’re your own family. But to provide the best care and to fully connect with families you want to work with... more

How To Be The Best Nanny Or Sitter For A Family During Divorce

According to the National Center for Family & Marriage Research, about 15% of marriages end each year, and national divorce rates still indicate that about 40% of all marriages end in divorce. With these numbers, you’ll likely encounter divorce in your work as a nanny, babysitter or child care provider... more