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Here are the Presidential Candidates’ Child Care Plans

By A New England Nanny 3 0

Election Day is not far away, and while both Donald Trump and Joe Biden have many differences, families may be wondering about their plans regarding child care costs and related issues. GTM Payroll Services, our payroll partner, offers this objective comparison of the two presidential candidates’ child care plans and what it could mean for […]

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How to Trick or Treat Safely During COVID-19

By A New England Nanny 5 0

The leaves are changing colors, the air is getting chilly, and it’s almost time for the little ones to dress up and fill their bags with goodies. But this year, as we know, is not like other years before. The risk of contracting and spreading the coronavirus is still a serious concern, but that doesn’t […]

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Flu Season and the COVID-19 Pandemic

By A New England Nanny 6 0

The arrival of the fall and winter months signals many things, including the beginning of flu season. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), flu activity peaks between December and February. This means that the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t the only public health concern as we approach the winter months. Here is more […]

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Housekeeper & Nanny Spotlight

By A New England Nanny 31 0

One of the benefits of children being in school and not in the home is that it takes a little longer to make the house a mess. But with shortened in-person schedules and many kids learning remotely, chances are your home needs more regular cleanings. Well, you’re in luck – we have a fabulous housekeeper […]

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National Nanny Recognition Week 2020

By A New England Nanny 53 0

  National Nanny Recognition Week (NNRW) is September 20-26, 2020. It’s a time to celebrate our nannies and the amazing job they do. For more than 20 years, NNRW has brought awareness to the dedicated work nannies do, not for the money or perks, but for a true love of children. We couldn’t agree more […]

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What’s The Right Way to Set Up a Learning Pod?

By A New England Nanny 9 0

Schools have opened for remote learning, but one local district has already shut down for in-person education and others could follow. Many parents are looking at hiring in-home teachers for learning pods or microschools, and if that’s a viable option for you, you’ll want to ensure you set up a learning pod the right way. […]

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How to Help Kids Safely Use Online Technology

By A New England Nanny 11 0

Since the pandemic began, people are spending more time online, including children, especially with remote learning going on in schools across the country. The following newsletter article from Sans.org discusses internet security for kids, and how parents and caregivers can help kids safely use online technology. Background Kids’ lives are online more than ever, from […]

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After-School Tutor Spotlight

By A New England Nanny 30 0

With school schedules still unclear and many parents concerned about safety, an after-school tutor might be what you’re looking for. And we can help! We’d like to introduce you to our new in-home teacher. Meet Jonathan Jonathan is available as an after-school tutor every day after 3pm. He has his Masters Degree in Social Studies […]

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What are Learning Pods and Microschools?

By A New England Nanny 13 0

Schools are planning to open next month, but parents are trying to balance the desire for their children to be in school with their health and safety. Many families are looking at hiring private teachers to create learning pods and microschools. Our payroll partner, GTM Payroll Services, offers this guidance on what these are and […]

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