Category: Health & Safety

How to Help Kids Safely Use Online Technology

By A New England Nanny 4 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 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 […]


Fireworks Safety Tips for the 4th Of July

By A New England Nanny 18 0

Fireworks are a staple of many Fourth of July and other celebrations, but remember to take precautions to ensure your special event is safe and accident-free. Although they may be legal in many parts of the Capital Region, there are still risks. Here are some fireworks safety tips to help everyone enjoy their Independence Day. […]


Furniture Safety Guide for Parents and Nannies

By A New England Nanny 24 0

A home might seem like one of the safest places for a child to play, but household furniture carries many unforeseen dangers, especially for young children. And now that kids are home for basically the entire day during the COVID-19 lockdown, the chances for unsafe behavior have increased. This furniture safety guide provides advice and […]


Ways to Manage Stress During the COVID-19 Pandemic

By A New England Nanny 19 0

The coronavirus public health crisis has changed what we used to consider “normal.” Chances are you, your nanny, and your children have been feeling the stress caused by the current situation. iSolved, the payroll platform our agency uses, has this advice on how to manage stress during the COVID-19 pandemic. The current situation with the […]


Errand Service During the COVID-19 Outbreak

By A New England Nanny 25 0

In addition to providing child care services, A New England Nanny is now offering help to Capital Region residents who need assistance with picking up groceries, prescriptions, restaurant takeout, and more. Our Community Caregiver service is perfect for families, first responders, seniors, those with pre-existing medical conditions, or anyone else not able to leave their […]


Advice for Working Parents on Managing Stress

By A New England Nanny 21 0

Many parents also hold full- or part-time jobs. However, being a parent on its own is one of the hardest jobs anyone could take on. Couple that with the stress of a career and it can be too much for anyone. Luckily we have some advice for working parents on managing stress. It’s not uncommon […]


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