Caregiver - Au Pair for Seniors

Being an au pair for seniors is no different than a standard au pair for children. The main task is to help adults or elderly at home to meet their daily needs and provide support. This provides an alternative to supervised residential or retirement homes for the elderly and a great opportunity for many au pairs to move to a new country.

8 Reasons to become an AuPair

If you're reading this list, maybe it's because the thought of becoming an international AuPair has already crossed your mind. In that case, here I'll leave you with 8 reasons to completely decide to go on this adventure.

Communication with Your Child Care Provider

As a parent, it is essential that you are completely confident in the child care provider you choose to care for your children. The more communication you have with the person looking after your family, the better. If it is all a little overwhelming, here is our handy guide to the topics you need to be discussing.

Caring for Our Children

For many of us, the first time we earned money was babysitting – caring for someone’s children, often a family member, friend or neighbour. However, parents are a lot more reluctant these days to hire a teenager to babysit. If you are considering finding someone to look after your children while you have a well-earned night off or enjoy a date night, then here are some things to consider.

Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Young Children

Preschool lesson themes and fun exercises for kids have become an important aspect of foreign language teaching. Teaching English as a foreign language to children has become a higher demand and trend in many different countries all over the world.