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"What impressed me the most about finding a nanny with ABC Nanny Source was the level of detail and organization in which such confidential information was presented. When we started our nanny search, I received an extensive profile for each Harrisburg nanny candidate before the interview. Once each nanny arrived at my door, I was fully relaxed because I felt I already knew the person in front of me ~ that is how detailed these profiles were! The process was made very easy for our family with this nanny agency and within a matter of days, I hired the perfect nanny for our children!"
 
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Lebanon County Mother’s Helper Shana has a great background in childcare and an endless love for children!

“If I had to describe myself in five adjectives I would have to say laidback, kind, passionate, patient, and compassionate. I have been serving in some form of childcare for over 2 years and I can honestly say, "I love what I do!" I first started my quest as a nanny though a Jonestown Nanny Agency. If I was asked why I have chosen the nanny profession over any other it would be because I have the ability to provide parents with peace of mind that their child is in a safe, fun, and comfortable environment in their own home. My goal as a Lebanon County Mothers Helper is provide comfort to parents and children when they/their parents are not at home. I am willing to do housekeeping at the parents' request, such as dishes, dusting, mopping, and vacuuming. Some activities I would like to incorporate are reading, educational opportunities, walks, trips to the park, puzzles, arts and crafts, board games, and movie times. I would like to make sure that I incorporate educational opportunities due to my teaching background. If I was asked to describe the perfect family seeking a nanny like me I would hope they would be involved!”

“Shana was a learning support teacher. During her time with us, Shana has carried out her professional responsibilities of being a learning support teacher with a caseload of 10 students. Those responsibilities included, but were not isolated to, writing and carrying out IEPs, using data to drive instruction, co-teaching, and meeting the academic needs of her students. During her time with the school, Shana developed a positive rapport with her students, parents, and fellow coworkers. She was extremely conscientious about her data and paperwork responsibilities. Shana is a hard worker and I highly recommend her for a Lebanon County Mothers Helper.”

“Shana grew a lot as a teacher in our school. Coming into a half time position was a very difficult task. She was responsible for giving an extra guided reading lesson to one of my reading groups. She worked with my struggling students. She also gave extra math instruction to a few of my students. She supported my program by communicating with me weekly. I found that one of her strengths was being able to take direction and suggestions. She was very comfortable coming to me with her concerns and in tum implementing my suggestions. I watched her become more and more confident in her role as one of the learning support teachers. As a coworker, I found her to be organized, reliable, and flexible. I couldn’t be happier that I met her through a Jonestown Nanny Agency. As a teacher, she was caring and compassionate towards her students. I know she will be a wonderful educator and Lebanon County Mothers Helper.”

“Shana worked with our learning support students in 3rd and 4th grades. She was responsible for direct instruction, the writing of IEPs, collaborating with regular education teachers, and supporting students in the regular classroom. Shana took the initiative to seek my guidance when she is confronted with concerns about her students. She showed strength in developing data packets about her students and is able to discuss approaches needed to move students toward success. Shana grew as a new teacher, and I anticipate that she will continue to grow as a Lebanon County Mother’s Helper working with children in any situation. She was very good with the children no matter the situation.”

“During the time that I have worked with Shana, she was highly motivated to provide a classroom atmosphere of active hands on learning. She used graphic visuals to show her students the progress that they have made, manipulative during her math lessons, and enthusiastic modeling for test taking and social situations. She adapted her approach in reading to meet the needs of her individual students. Shana's knowledge of technology was also an asset. She used it to track the students' progress which also helped guide her teaching. Shana has much strength, including enthusiasm, empathy, flexibility and organization. She had great empathy for her students and it shows by the way they connected with her. Some of the most important qualities for a special education teacher are flexibility and organization. Shana was flexible with students and other teachers. I saw her change plans immediately because of schedule changes or implement a different approach to teach a concept. Her paper work was always done in a timely and organized way. Shana would be an asset to you as a Lebanon County Mothers Helper, and I highly recommend her!”

“Shana was an active teacher in her quest to work diligently with small groups of third grade students in reading and various language arts subject areas. She planned and implemented lessons for small groups of students requiring learning support in reading. She was particularly focused on instructing and supporting students with fluency and comprehension needs. In addition to her invaluable reading instruction, she also supported students with writing assignments. She worked individually with students, as well as instructing small groups, to support student efforts to be independent readers, writers, and thinkers. While teaching, Shana especially demonstrated a great deal of flexibility in her personal teaching style. She was pleasant, hardworking, and always willing to "go the extra mile" to help students in her care because of her previous experience as a Lebanon County Mothers Helper. She adapted her schedule willingly to accommodate the needs of students as they strive to manage responsibilities as learners in a regular classroom setting. She teaches, she supports, and she encourages students to be the best they can be. Shana was a pleasure to work with. She enjoys working with children. She has much to offer children in any childcare capacity!”


Please call 717-221-1020 today to speak with a placement counselor and start your search for the perfect Lebanon County Mothers Helper!

 

 

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