A Nanny is someone who cares for your child within your family home. Nannies may live in or out, depending on your family’s needs. Southern Highlands Nannies caters for short to long term Nanny placements, full-time and part-time care.
Your Nanny should take on all tasks involved in the care of your child. These tasks include the sole care of the child and any domestic duties involved in their health and well being.
Light domestic duties may be negotiated and included in the Nanny’s duties as long as they do not conflict with their primary responsibility of caring for your children.
The benefits of employing a Nanny are numerous, perhaps the most significant benefit is knowing that your child will feel secure in their own environment and that they are being given one to one specialist attention.
The benefits of our Nanny Services are numerous:
- One-on-one interaction gives your child a much more individualised and personal level of care than that typically experienced in a child care centres with the current ratios.
- By providing child care in their own home, children experience a much lower level of the disruption caused by parents needing to go to work, etc. Children are more likely to feel more secure in their own environment.
- You have no need to worry about getting children to and from child care within a specified time frame and creates a more relaxed day at home.
- Less worry when your child is ill as they are still able to be cared for in their home.
- Having the opportunity for your child to experience stimulating outings such as going to the park, visiting the zoo and other favourite activities on a daily basis.
Normal Nanny duties include:
- Ensuring that the environment your child plays in is free from harm, safe and secure.
- Providing stimulating and educational play, crafts and other activities.
- Preparing nutritious meals.
- Following set routines such as meal and sleep times.
- Attending to outside activities such as Playgroups in the area or trips to the park etc.
- Tidying the child’s room and any other areas designated to them for meals or play.
- Providing a positive role model by acting in a mature and sensible manner.
- Ensuring their personal knowledge and training is kept up to date, e.g. First Aid and Professional Development.