To whom it may concern, not only do you want to make sure you are knowledgeable in all areas of your field of work; you want to max out every skill set you can. Which means improving your quality of service. The first and foremost most important certification to have... more
Good morning Kira! As a college student myself whom has a variable list of expenses I understand your concern, and applaud your time management to balance a schedule as such. The standard ratio at maximum is 4 children to an adult , now with that being said evaluate your resume. What... more
Hi! I'd say present yourself professionally. Have documentation in hand in a folder, make eye contact, and provide references. Your presentation regardless of your age will reflect your standard. People ultimately display how they should be treated/evaluated. You want to be taken serious because it is a serious... more
Hello Angie! Good question may I say. Whether you've been working 2 months or 2 years you are always consistently learning. This is what us caregivers have in common and share alike the responsibility of educating ourselves. With that said you've chosen a profession that will have you... more
Given the circumstance of the weather/seasonal changes, I am confident in the relationship with the parent that upon communicating to what extent and how the sickness might have an affect on either my performance or the well being of the child that it is acceptable to take off work... more
My proudest moments stem from the contribution of teamwork between the parent and myself. Working together to figure out the needs of their children, as well as what I can do to help level the load on them. Secondly, the accomplishment of making it from one day into the next... more
What are some go to activities you plan on engaging the children in? Any ideas for field trips?
Although not required, it is a courteous thing to do which I am sure they will appreciate and such acts of kindness will go a long way.