Every parent wants the best for their children. You want to provide an engaging, stimulating environment in which your children will thrive.
A Nanny is responsible for everything pertaining to the children in their care. They may be on duty when the parents are absent, or during certain hours regardless of whether the parents are available.
While there is some difference in the specifics that families require, there are also many duties that a Nanny will almost certainly have to assume. Here are some that Nannies are commonly expected to be responsible for with their charges.
- Assisting with baths and dressing
- Overseeing meals and nutritional requirements
- Cleaning and tidying up after them
- Bringing and picking them up from school, or activities outside the home
- Supervising school work
- Packing kids bags for travel
- Managing illnesses when parents are not home
Nannies get to see your children regularly and work with them in a special way. They become your partners in parenting. A Nanny must be discreet, as well as respectful and compliant with parental preferences about routines, activities and discipline.