In these uncertain times, many families are struggling with their new reality. Working from home while managing the daily routine with school aged children and schools unlikely to open in the fall, and families with younger children and day care centers closed indefinitely, the solution for many is to host an au pair.
Although there are many travel bans, we are able to bring in au pairs from a few countries, with hopes of expanding to other countries. We also have many au pairs who are already in country who have decided to extend a 2nd year and join new families.
If you have room in your home for a live in childcare provider, consider hosting an au pair for your childcare needs.
Start connecting and interviewing au pairs with no up-front commitment. We’ll waive the $75 registration fee. Once you match with an au pair, we will delay the due date of your $300 processing fee until 30 days prior to your au pair’s arrival. If you need to cancel for any reason up until 72 hours before your au pair departs for the U.S., we will waive the normal $850 cancellation fee, and your $300 processing fee will carry over as a credit for a future au pair match.
Your average weekly cost for, up to 45 flexible childcare hours per week is $395!
Maria is a leader and she is always doing her best to get over hard situations. Also, she is a positive person and she likes helping people to achieve their goals. Maria loves creating new things and take new challenges. She is so charismatic with everyone around her.
She is excited to extend a 2nd year starting in late June,2020 and is excited to join a new family. She is currently in Ashburn, VA
Maria is Infant Qualified and is open to caring for 3 children, ages 1 and older. She is an experienced driver and speaks English well.
Larissa is very friendly and communicative. She is very optimistic and has a good sense of humor.. She loves children and enjoys spending her time with them.
She is finishing her first year with a host family in N VA. She is excited to join a new family for her extension year starting in late June.
She is an experienced US driver and speaks English well
Petru is a very mature and responsible boy with a positive and friendly outlook. He is polite and trustworthy and he likes to be active. He is sporty and in the past has done athletics and football. He has a very constructive and mature outlook to childcare.
He is completing his first year with a family in Kansas and is eager to extend a 2nd year starting in mid June. He is an experienced US driver and speaks English well. He is open to caring for 4 children over the age of 2.
Nathalia is a disciplined and committed children’s teacher, during her spare time she likes to prepare her classes with activities and fun materials. She enjoys sports, play soccer with her friends and goes for long walks with her dog in the mornings. Nathalia likes to coloring mandalas, play with colors, pain, dance salsa and cook for her family.
She is finishing her year with a host family in CA where she has been caring for twin toddlers . She has had an amazing year and has decided to extend a 2nd year and experience a new region of the US.
She has not had experienced driving in the US and but does have a driver’s license form her home country. She speaks English well and is open to care for, up to 3 children, 18 months and older.
I am happy to help you along the way to help with any questions you may have, just call me at 703-270-9011.
You can also inquire at www.culturalcare.com/rcolley
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 1:38 PM