Choosing a babysitter for a child with special needs poses challenges to parents. Here are tips for how to find a sitter for your child with special needs.
Language Nannies is a new division of The Language Workshop for Children that allows parents to hire nannies that speak to their children in their native language.
Should you use an agency or a website to find your the nanny or babysitter you will hire to care for your children? Depends what you're looking for and how you prefer to conduct your search.
Looking for a nanny can be a daunting task. Deb Crisford, founder and director of a nanny placement service in NYC, shares five things to look for when searching for a child care provider that's a good fit for your family.
Keeping a great babysitter can be as hard as finding one in the first place. Up your odds of being her favorite client by following these often unspoken rules.
The nanny-parent relationship is different from other working relationships. Learn how, in a few easy steps, to create a positive relationship with your nanny built on trust and communication.
Tibetan Care recently began offering its nanny, doula, and home companion placement services to families in New York City.
Sterling Care, a Greenwich-based home staffing service, now offers a babysitter placement program to help families in Fairfield County find a babysitter that suits their in-home child care needs.
Sterling Care, a Greenwich family services company, recently added its nanny placement service to help families find an in-home child care provider. Sterling Care also offers training in topics such as CPR and first aid training and organization.
Greenwich-based Sterline Care Home Staffing finds nannies, house cleaners, personal organizers, and elderly care for families. The application process ensures families are matched with a care provider based on the family’s needs. Sterling Care Home Staffing also provides nanny training courses that teach first aid and early childhood education.
SurePayroll offer tips and advice for hiring and paying a nanny for your child during the busy back-to-school season. Learn about the best resources for finding babysitters and childcare, how to pay your nanny, and tips for simplifying the nanny search.
Parenting columnist Laurie Puhn, who is also a couples mediator, shares why sending a particular email is a must for working mothers.
As you get ready to file your taxes, you might be wondering what types of childcare are tax deductible, including nanny and babysitting expenses, day camp, overnight camp, summer school, and other daycare programs. Here, a federally licensed tax expert offers her advice.
Three NYC and New Jersey Area Companies Make the Top 10 in Working Mother's 'Best Companies for Kids' List
Good news for working moms and dads in the NYC and New Jersey area who want to balance a successful career while still raising their kids. "Working Mother" magazine counts down the top 10 Best Companies for Kids. Citi, Mastercard, and Prudential Financial, Inc. make the cut in the NYC area. Read on for other winning workplaces around the country.
Tips for parents on how to navigate the financial and emotional responsibilities of caring both for aging parents and young children.
These childcare centers in the New York Metro Area - including New York City; Westchester and Rockland Counties, NY; Fairfield County, CT; and Long Island - offer drop-in daycare when parents are in a pinch.
These childcare centers in Suffolk County, Long Island, offer drop-in daycare when parents are in a pinch.
These childcare centers in Nassau County, Long Island, offer drop-in daycare when parents are in a pinch.
These childcare centers in Queens offer drop-in daycare when parents are in a pinch.
These childcare centers in Brooklyn offer drop-in daycare when parents are in a pinch.
These childcare centers in Fairfield County, CT, offer drop-in daycare when parents are in a pinch.
These childcare centers in Westchester County, NY, offer drop-in daycare when parents are in a pinch.
These childcare centers in Rockland County, NY, offer drop-in daycare when parents are in a pinch.
Your child's caregiver is your employee as well as an honorary member of the family, which can make for a complex relationship. From how to find a nanny in the first place to managing the relationship once you do, we've got the information parents need.
If you're looking to hire a nanny, consult our list of hiring resources and placement agencies in the New York metro area, including Manhattan; Brooklyn; Queens; Westchester and Rockland Counties, NY; Fairfield County, CT; and Nassau and Suffolk Counties, Long Island.