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A Montgomery County PA Companion care job is ideal preparation for a position as a nanny!

Montgomery County PA Nanny Job:

Full Time: Monday through Friday (6:30am-3:00pm)
Children: 3 year old triplets!
Salary Offering: $650-$800 per week
Note: Prior experience working as a Montgomery County PA Companion care job is a plus!
Children's Activities: Playing outside, going to movies, going to parks and museums and being an additional friend
Position Description: Position will entail playing with these beautiful little girls all day. Someone who wants to be a friend and focus on their development and interaction – a companion who will allow them to still be children and also be safe


"Outside: either play time or walks in the neighborhood; Reading each day and doing what they like to do. We believe it is important to allow children to be children and are not seeking someone to force education too early – we allow the girls to explore on their own and really are offering more of a Montgomery County PA Companion care job than likely is the standard. We want someone to enjoy our girls and have fun with them like an Aunt would!"

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If you are currently working with the elderly as a Montgomery County PA Companion care job and would consider instead working with vibrant young children; please apply to ABC Nanny Source! The following families are glad their nannies did:

“I employed Suzanne for my two children when I returned to work fulltime after my two maternity leaves. Suzanne was professional, thorough, loving, caring, thoughtful and dependable in every way. She came from a background at a Montgomery County PA Companion Care job. I depended upon her greatly, and learned from her. When my daughter dislocated her collarbone (in my care!) just before arriving at Suzanne’s, it was Suzanne who said that she thought her cry sounded a little strange and that I should take her to the emergency room. My children were safe in her care, and even more importantly, I knew they were loved. I have two items that Suzanne gave me years ago, which I cherish: one is a photograph that she took of my son waiting wistfully at her window for me to come pick him up: he’s quiet, pensive and she captured a shot that stole my heart. By doing this, she showed me that even though she was so important to the children, nobody could replace me. The second item is a list she kept of my children’s first words. I did not know that she was doing this-and had not kept track myself, so when she presented me with the lists; they meant so much to me! Today those original handwritten lists have a place of honor in their baby books! Suzanne’s caring ways did not stop when the paychecks stopped. To this day she is still an important part of my children’s lives and of mine. She and her family are our family. She is at every birthday and Christmas celebration, and we keep in touch on a regular basis. By providing a nurturing, safe, warm environment, the children were able to develop long-lasting relationships under her care. At a time when most new parents are stressed and anxious, I had none of that because of Suzanne! She will be an asset wherever she goes.”

“During the infant stage, Joan provided the necessary nurturing, love and stimulation. As they grew older, they were stimulated physically by playing games, singing, dancing, etc. Joan babysat in her home and was reliable and consistent. She never called out sick and I could depend on her year round. Joan nurtured and cared for my 2 and another 2 children at the same time. They are all like brothers and sisters to this day! My children, now 12 and 14, still have a strong relationship with their ‘Aunt Suzy.’ She often still spends time with them, baking around the holidays, never missing a Christmas, sharing birthdays, and was a Confirmation sponsor for Nicole. Our experience with Joan was great and continues to grow! Her background as a Montgomery County PA companion care job is what I feel set the tone for her to excel as an integral part of our household.”

“I met Emily when her son was a student in my pre-school class and she was working as a Montgomery County PA companion care job with the elderly. Because of shared values and similar interests, we have had an ongoing friendship! I have seen Emily interact with her son and daughter and the five children she cared for as a childcare provider. Suzanne is a bright, cheerful and fun person to be around. The children were anxious to be in her home! Suzanne focuses on the children’s safety and well-being while providing a loving, secure environment. She participates with them throughout the day engaging in crafts, play, reading, and time outdoors. Every year the children still gather at Emily’s home for the Christmas holiday, baking and decorating gingerbread houses! I am confident she would be an asset to a family desiring childcare. I would entrust her with my own children!”

“Over the years, I have gotten to know Lori personally and professionally. She is an honest and sincere person who interacts well with people of all ages. She seems to especially enjoy working with children and has made that part of her life continuously, no matter where her career has taken her. When I first met her at work, when she was working in a nursing home in a Montgomery County PA companion care job in a nursing home, I noticed she had pictures of children on her bulletin board. These were the children she babysat from infancy when she ran an in-home daycare out of her house. Lori would light up when telling the stories of the time spent with them and how proud she was of them, demonstrating the love she holds for them. Lori also created and developed a Financial Literacy Program where she would go to classrooms and read to the children as well as helping the bank to start a children’s book club. Countless volunteer hours were given in an effort to promote Alex’s Lemonade Stand and dressing as a clown or Raggedy Anne to watch the children’s reactions for the Holiday Parades! One final reason I would highly recommend Suzanne for a Nanny position is my personal interactions with her. I had a newborn myself when we began working together. I brought my daughter in from time to time and Lori would always get down on her level and begin connecting with her immediately. As my daughter aged, Lori recognized her shyness and took it slow with her drawing her out of her shell. Before long they were conversing as if she came to visit everyday! Lori has been very special to me. Along with being a mentor for me, she has been a confidant. She is understanding and reliable as a friend and will help you in any way possible. Lori will make a very good Nanny. She takes every opportunity and puts forth full effort to do her very best at everything she does. The best part about being a Nanny is that this is something she truly enjoys!”

“I am delighted to write a letter of recommendation regarding Courtney for employment at your position. My husband and I have known Courtney for 9 years. She originally came to the US from Germany as an Au Pair for our children, then ages 5, 8, and 9. At the time I was working very log hours as a physician and she had full responsibility of the children and mean preparation during the week. In addition, we have stayed in close contact with Courtney and now her husband and little girl. From the time that Courtney first came to our home to care for our children, we could tell that she has a special talent for working with the young. At the time she had limited English experience, and despite this, she bonded quickly with all three children. This had been challenging to others, but not Courtney, because my middle child, Daniel, is autistic. I still remember her sitting on the floor and playing the multiple games that she had brought, each on a gift special for one of the kids to show each how much she cared! In addition, that first year she worked very hard in courses and in life experiences to gain a beautiful grasp of the English language. Courtney is creative, extremely dependable, has very good judgment, is always positive and has a very sweet disposition. At times my son would have tantrums in public or otherwise create difficult situations. Always, Courtney remained calm and kind as she redirected him or distracted him so that he could regain composure. In addition, she helped my 2 other children, both girls to feel confident and to always strive to do their best. At the end of the au pair year, Courtney suggested that she do a special trip with each child. All on her off days, she took my oldest daughter, Lauren, on a train trip to Washington, DC for the day, where they went to several museums. She took my middle child to the Zoo and my youngest to the museum. Courtney was truly a role model for my children. Not only did Courtney live with us as part of our family for a year, but we were always delighted in later years when Courtney would come to visit. One summer she did an internship with my fathers CPA firm. My father frequently remarked about her ability to learn new tasks extremely quickly and how pleasant, confident and positive she was. All the members of the office really like Courtney! I give Courtney my highest possibly recommendation for your position. I am absolutely sure that you will find her a very strong asset to your family and she could work with children or in a Montgomery County PA Companion Care job working with the elderly. She is a talented, intelligent and caring woman with whom I have been extremely impressed with over the 9 years that I have known her.”

“We had the pleasure to get to know Vonnie as a flexible, reliable and trustworthy colleague. She always carried out her work thoroughly, conscientiously and prudently. She carried out all her duties excellently. Furthermore, Vonnie worked carefully, perfectly and fast. At anytime she was willing to take over additional task, which did not fall under her duties. Towards guests she always had impeccable manners. She enjoyed great popularity among her superiors as well as her colleagues who also appreciated her very much! She does well working with children as well as the elderly; she is a natural caregiver and from what I have seen in her current Montgomery County PA Companion Care job working with the elderly would be an asset in any home environment!”

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