Au Pair Live In Child Care

Last Revised on February 28, 2008

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Au pair is a French term “au pair.” It means “on par” or “equal to”; it means a young person living on an equal basis with a host family in a foreign country. The au pair helps the family with childcare, housework, or both while staying as a guest of the family and generally receiving a small pocket money.

Both parties the host family and au pair respect the cultural differences they each hold and display tolerance towards one another. Infant Specialized Care is a type of service that brings these two groups together. They provides this service to families who have infants from birth to 12 months. And the au pair are trained and thus specialize in the development and growth of infants. The au pairs they sent usually have experience of over 400 hours in care giving of child who are under age 2. And more importantly, the child caregivers are trained in infant CPR and have American Heart Association CPR certification. They also receive Baby Massage and Baby Sign Language education course.

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