A part-time nanny is a person who provides childcare for a child or all of a family's children on a part-time schedule. Usually, this care is provided in the family's home. Besides basic childcare, a nanny may provide other services, such as bathing a child or helping him with school work. Sometimes, he or she may be responsible for taking the child places outside the home, such as to the park or the local library. A part-time nanny might also perform some housework-related duties, but these are usually minimal and restricted to things like washing the dishes a child uses or cleaning his laundry.
Typically, a part-time nanny provides childcare for one or more related children. In most cases, a nanny provides this care in a child’s own home and without the supervision of other adults. The types of care a person with this title provides are usually wide and varied. Often, a nanny cares for the child in the same way his own mother would by making sure he is supervised and entertained and ensuring that his basic needs for such things as clothing, food, and rest are provided. A part-time nanny is typically responsible for providing support and comfort as well.
Preferred Personnel of Canada Inc. (Head Office)
47 Strathroy Bay S.W.
Telephone: (403) 457-2567
Fax: (780) 430-8399