Help! I Need Somebody - Not Just Anybody
By MissMagpie on November 10, 2010
Parents today have many options when it comes to childcare: daycare centers, babysitters, au pairs and nannies. There are many factors that can go into deciding which is right for your family. What is most important is finding someone you can trust with your children so you can feel comfortable when you head out the door each day.
The Nanny Factor
You may have heard of Vermont Nanny Connection (VNC), as Vermont's oldest and most experienced childcare placement agency, they have been around awhile. But what you may not know is that Hope Moulton purchased the business in June 2010. And since then things have been going swimmingly:
"Hope was wonderful to work with, she understood exactly what our family needed and the result was just perfect! Thanks so much for helping our family- I know my children are in wonderful, loving hands!...read entire review."
You know you are good hands with Hope because as a mother of two young children herself, she understands the importance of high quality, dependable childcare. She supports families throughout the interview process, the drawing up of the contract between nanny and family and she continues to check in with the family and nanny to assure a good match. She wants her families and nannies to be happy!
Wanted: Mrs. Doubtfire, Maria, Alice, Mary Poppins -- all of the above! Because finding the perfect nanny is a critical decision, Vermont Nanny invests the time and resources to make ideal match. In addition to a thorough screening, their nannies have to have at least 3 years of childcare experience and be 18 years old to prequalify to be a VNC nanny. Many of their nannies have taken courses in college on childhood development, child psychology and elementary education. Sample Bio of a Vermont Nanny Connection Nanny:
Candace is a 21-year-old professional nanny from Jeffersonville, VT. She has more than 10 years of childcare experience, including being a mother’s helper, babysitter, nursery school assistant, and a nanny. Candace was trained and certified through the English Nanny and Governess School. Candace has experience with children ranging in ages newborn-teen. Candace is CPR and First Aid trained and certified. Role modeling is the main reason why...Contact VNC for more information
A Helping Hand
Whether you need a regular sitter or occasional help, the Sitter Connection gives you access to a huge roster of childcare providers. For $20/per day or for $170 yearly membership fee (plus the hourly rate) you can have a qualified sitter on your doorstep this weekend. As a matter of fact, Miss Magpie recently used the service herself:
"I was in a pinch when my regular sitter wasn't available. I called Vermont Nanny Connection and Hope was able to place a wonderful sitter with us for the evening. The whole process was straightforward from start to finish. Hope emailed me a few questions about...read the entire review"
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