Nanny Tool Kit for Parents
Published on Monday, 05 December 2016
Last updated on Wednesday, 04 December 2019
Finding an Amazing Nanny
Nannies offer a fabulous alternative to parents who are returning to work and who have decided not to use home based care or centre based care.
Nannies are qualified and/or experienced child care workers who look after your child in your home.
Overview on Nannies
This Overview of Nannies tells you the differences between nannies, au pairs and babysitters and will give you a rough idea of the pros and cons of using a nanny.
Finding and Interviewing a Nanny
There are a couple of different ways to find a nanny; you can use an agency or you can advertise for and interview a nanny independently.
A nanny is an employee and although the person you hire may come to feel like a member of the family, they maintain certain legal rights.
Other Options you may wish to consider
Finally, if you like the idea of a nanny but have concerns about the cost you might like to consider setting up a Nanny Share Arrangement.
To search for nannies near you click here.
Interviewing a nanny or au pair? Read this article and use the checklist to prepare and ensure you ask all the important questions to hire the best person.
A printable nanny diary to enhance communication between parents and nannies by encouraging regular written updates and reminders for both.
An overview of nanny sharing including what it is, who it works for, advantages and disadvantages, how much it costs and how to find a nanny share.