Nanny Options Au pairs are candidates from within Europe who have come to Ireland on an au pair exchange.
They come to learn English, taking a break from their studies, travel, and experience a new culture and to earn a little pocket money. The au pair will live in with the family, they will need to fit in with your family life and be included in family activities.
The au pair helps you through your daily routine and is an extra pair of hands by providing childcare support. The au pair tidies up the children’s rooms together with your children and can take care of the laundry and light housework. As a live-in part of the family, the au pair can provide babysitting evenings or weekends.
The au pair takes the children to school, picks them up from Montessori, prepares lunch and helps them with their homework. Playing with children, taking them to the park and activities, and reading stories. The au pair provides support for your children on a part time basis and at the same time introduces their culture and language into your family. The children may even learn a few words of another language. This will help to broaden their horizons and improve their knowledge of the wider world.
Having an au pair means that there is another adult in the house on a temporary basis, who helps you care for the children. In return, you offer the au pair accommodation and meals and take part in your family and your culture.
There are advantages and disadvantages of having an Au Pair, it is getting the right candidate that fits in with your family. The Au Pair should work 25 hours and must be able to attend English classes during the day or in the evenings. All Nanny Options Au Pairs will have an up to date First Aid course and are Garda Vetted.
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