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Megan O.|Cincinnati, OH

$23-30/hr 10 yrs exp 44 yrs old

Attentive and Fun Caregiver

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Hello Parents! My love for children began at a young age. I was a babysitter at the age of 11 for families in Amberley Village, Mariemont, and Pleasant Ridge in Cincinnati. I love kids at ALL developmental stages. My Mother taught early childhood education and was by far the best teacher ever! I used to help her in her classrooms on occasion with class decorations, reading to the kids, and understanding what lesson plans were. Her students ADORED her! They learned so much, as did I. I respect privacy and I provide care for some high-profile families. Willing to sign NDA. I am a college graduate, drug-free and non-smoker, vaccinated (updated 11/2019 flu shot), CPR and first-aid certified, and clean background check (updated 04/2020). I am a homeowner and doting Mother of 1 who is in college. In my spare time I love to volunteer, read, and attempt to cook challenging dishes :)
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Reviewed by Ryan M. 5/5 stars
Megan is a godsend! You can tell her passion for kids from the moment she walks in the door. The care she has given our children is far better than we could have hoped to imagine utilizing a website. Megan is accommodating, nurturing and sweet with our kids. She makes sure they are ready for bed when necessary and that they've read or done some kind of activity - not just watched television. She's the best and is now a part of our family. We would highly recommend her to anyone.
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Judy F.|Montgomery, OH

$15-20/hr 10 yrs exp

Part-Time Caring And Fun Babysitter

Avg response < 14 hrs
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My name is Judy, I have one son I raised and he was born 8 1/2 weeks prematurely. I have cared for 4 sets of families in the past 10+ years including 2 families with twins. I enjoy working with children of all ages and helping them with homework or driving them to activities. I'm looking for part-time or full-time work and can do a summer program as well. I've worked with a family of 3 boys and two families with boy and girls from 6-12. I also take care of children with learning disabilities and have experience with ADHD. I enjoy the outdoors, going to events in Cinti, art/crafts, reading, gardening, playing with kids and their games and driving them to their sport activities. I'm very patient and have tutored children as well. I love animals in case you have pets. I have also been a volunteer animal handler at the Zoo. I'm CPR certified and First Aid trained. I have references you can contact. I look forward to speaking to you about the needs of your family!
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Reviewed by Colleen H. 5/5 stars
Judy has been babysitting for our family for close to a year now, and I don't know what we'd do without her. She is dependable, detailed, and clearly loves spending time with kids. She has taken wonderful care of my now 19-month-old daughter. I especially appreciate how Judy takes notes for each visit so I know about diaper changes, how she ate, and how she behaved. I have given her good references before, and I'd do it again in a heartbeat.
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FAQs for finding reading tutors in Cincinnati

How much does it cost to hire a reading tutor in Cincinnati, OH?
Hiring a local reading tutor in Cincinnati, OH on Care.com will cost an average of $15.75 per hour as of August 2020. This rate may vary depending on the experience each candidate has, how often you will need them to help your child with reading and the age of your child.
How can I find a reading tutor near me?
Care.com currently has 67 reading tutors in Cincinnati, OH. You can search for candidates by their distance from Cincinnati and compare your options by hourly rate, the experience each reading tutor has and the specific skills they can teach. You can also see reviews from other families in Cincinnati that have worked with a reading tutor you're interested in.
What questions should I ask a potential reading tutor?
The goal of hiring a reading tutor is to improve your child's grades and vocabulary. Ask questions about the process each tutor uses to get these results from the kids they've worked with in the past. Also ask each reading tutor if they are familiar with some of the goals the schools in Cincinnati have. Finally, see how long they are willing to commit to helping your child with their reading tasks. Your child may only need a few tutoring sessions or long-term help with their reading that could require the tutor to stay with them the entire school year.