Tag: Nanny

Educational Assistance for Nannies

By A New England Nanny 10 0

Many nannies try to balance their education with their job as a caregiver. If you employ a nanny that is also in school, a very helpful benefit you might consider offering is that of educational assistance. Although optional, educational assistance for nannies is beneficial in providing a satisfying workplace. But if you do offer this […]

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December 2018 Nanny of the Month

By A New England Nanny 14 0

It’s time again to recognize a member of the A New England Nanny team that has WOWed our clients! This team member has been with us less than a year, but in that time she has been a tremendous asset to our team, not only a long term housekeeper and chef for a family 3 […]

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When is a Child Too Sick for a Nanny?

By A New England Nanny 13 0

One of the worst feelings a parent can have is when their child is sick, especially when the child is too young to communicate exactly how they’re feeling, where it hurts, etc. Needing child care can complicate things when a child is ill. Parents often don’t like to leave their children when they’re not feeling […]

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8 Summer Day Trips from the Albany NY Area

By A New England Nanny 11 0

Parents and nannies are often on the lookout for new ideas for keeping the kids entertained. But sometimes the usual local haunts and activities just won’t cut it. Sometimes you need to pile into the car and hit the road! Luckily the Capital Region of New York offers plenty to do just a short drive […]

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July Nanny of the Month!

By A New England Nanny 11 0

It’s time again to recognize a member of the A New England Nanny team that has WOWed our clients! This staff member has only been with us less than a year, but in that time has proven to be a real team player. She is being recognized for: Providing excellent care, based on client feedback […]

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7 Nanny Transition Tips

By A New England Nanny 7 0

Ending a job is never easy.  Whether it is the nanny’s or the family’s decision, or a mutual agreement to part ways, there are many things for nannies to take into consideration during this time of transition. To help you through this challenging and unsure time, we have developed some nanny transition tips and helpful resources […]

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Summer Child Care: Nanny or Day Camp?

By A New England Nanny 7 0

While children undoubtedly look forward to being out of school for the summer, those three months off can be worrisome for parents, especially those whose schedules don’t change during the summer and still need to make sure their kids are cared for. While day camps are a popular option, it might not be the right […]

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Should You Bring Your Nanny on a Family Vacation?

By A New England Nanny 7 0

Do you ever take a vacation with the kids, only to feel like you need another vacation when you get home? Traveling with children can make for some unforgettable memories, but it can often be a drain on your energy and make you feel like you can’t fully enjoy your trip. That’s where a “vacation […]

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A Walk in the Park

By A New England Nanny 7 0

Today is National Take a Walk in the Park Day! The kids are off school, so scoop them up and get them outside. According to Nationaldaycalendar.com, taking a walk at a local park is an excellent way to clear one’s mind from the stresses of the day, re-energize and at the same time, improve health. Even […]

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How Nannies Benefit from Being Paid Legally

By A New England Nanny 6 0

Families benefit from legally paying their nannies or other domestic workers by staying compliant with the law and being able to take advantage of tax breaks. But a nanny benefits as well from being paid legally even though they may see a little less in their paychecks. If you’re hiring or looking to transition a current […]

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