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Each ABC Philadelphia Nanny Has

  • CPR Certification for Infants & Children
  • Passed 5-Panel Drug Test
  • Passed Criminal Background Clearances
  • Passed Social Security Verification
  • Electronic Fingerprints on File
  • Motor Vehicle Report on File
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Prior Verifiable Childcare Experience
  • A Love for Children!
Nanny, Philadelphia

Families using Nanny agencies in Philadelphia county PA prefer our ABC Nannies like Kimberly who loves art projects and taking the children on field trips.

“I am an upbeat, outgoing, educator! If I was asked to describe in one sentence the reason I have chosen to be in the Nanny profession with one of the Nanny agencies in Philadelphia county PA over any other it would have to be because I adore children! I have been serving in some form of childcare experience for over five years and can honestly say I love what I do! I feel the children are gifts. My goal as a Nanny is to provide a warm and educational environment, filled with activity, structure, and warmth. I am willing to do housekeeping that includes cooking and cleaning up after the children. Activities that I would like to incorporate in the daily plan for the family I care for would include art projects, music time, field trips, and one on one color, shape, number and letter recognition (for young children).”

“Kimberly was my child's teacher for one school year. My daughter was adopted and came both to the United States and to our home at sixteen months of age, after spending her early months in an orphanage in Guatemala. Kimberly welcomed our daughter with loving and open arms, as she did all the children! Kimberly’s teaching expertise was witnessed daily in the way in which her lessons were well planned and executed. There was never a day that went by without me entering the room, seeing many smiling faces. Kimberly’s ability to ensure that each child felt attended to, loved, and cared for was evident by not only the children entering and leaving each day happy, but also by seeing the parents so comfortable both leaving and picking up their two year olds each day. She played an especially important role in my daughter's first school experience. Our daughter had many behavioral difficulties and Kimberly spent many hours of each day attending to her needs. Kimberly also spent a lot of time speaking with me on a one-to-one basis, ensuring me that we would work together to enable Kimberly to feel secure, and express her needs verbally rather than physically. Kim was extremely instrumental in documenting our daughter’s behavior, writing letters and conducting observations in order for our daughter to be recommended to the Department of Education for services. Our daughter has since received a SEIT, Play Therapy and Occupational Therapy. Despite what could have been a frustrating experience for any teacher, Kimberly embraced our daughter (and me) and each and every day, devised a new plan that helped to teach our daughter appropriate behaviors! She often said to me, "Don't give up ... We are not!" As a frustrated parent, those words meant so much to me. Our daughter has now entered the three-year-old classroom and has a new teacher; however, as we pass Kimberly’s room each morning, our daughter knocks on the window and smiles at "Teacher Kimberly." She is also so happy that her new class shares the same gym time with Kimberly and her new two-year-old students. I am a teacher myself, and have spent numerous hours discussing teaching careers with Kimberly. She understands the needs of all children. She especially understands the needs of children, who, like our daughter have further special needs. Children in need of speech and language teachers are in need of someone like Kimberly, who can help them learn to receive information according to how it is spoken and to express themselves the best way possible for healthy interactions with their peers. Kimberly is a hardworking, amazing woman who would be a great asset to any Nanny agencies in Philadelphia county PA!”

“I have known Kimberly now for almost two years as her supervisor and colleague. She has done an outstanding job as an assistant teacher! Her duties included preparing the classroom, supporting the teacher and guiding the children through the activities of the day. Her duties as a head teacher included preparing and executing lesson plans for music classes, art classes and separation classes for children ranging from six months old to five years old. Kimberly was a very popular teacher, well loved by all the families and her coworkers! She is organized, mature and has good communication skills. She is professional, hardworking and creative, which made her an ideal employee. Always on time, responsible and efficient with her work, Kimberly has proven to all of us, over and over again, that her level of dedication to her students and our school is extraordinary! She has a tremendous amount of positive energy and seems to be smiling all the time. She has a good sense of humor but at the same time she possesses a strong and serious work ethic. I highly recommend Kimberly to you! She has a great passion for children and tremendous potential as a teacher. I am sure she will be a successful nanny through any Nanny agencies in Philadelphia county PA, and her enthusiasm for learning will be contagious!”

“Kimberly is dedicated to her children; her love for them is apparent. Over the years she has opened her home to the neighborhood children and hosted "carnivals" and other activities. Kimberly has been very active in the local schools over the years, helping with the PTO, heading committees and providing classroom help. She has shown generous hospitality over the years, hosting special "ladies nights" activities for the local women. Kimberly is good at organizing, planning and showing kindness to others. We have been friends for a long time and have been through good times and not so good times. She has a strong sense of right and wrong and is a hard worker. I would definitely recommend her to any Nanny agencies in Philadelphia county PA.”

“Kimberly did an exceptional job taking care, providing a safe and nurturing environment for my child and all the children who attended her in-home daycare. Terrie is just great with children. My daughter is very well loved not only by Kimberly but both of her children (eighteen and twenty-one year old). Kimberly treated my daughter as her very own. She makes sure the kids are learning by giving them activities that would challenge each child according to their skills. My child, at two knows her alphabets, could count in English and Spanish, knows her calendar, loves to read books, loves puzzles --- all because of Kimberly’s help. Kimberly is very loving to the kids and she stood as my daughter’s second mom when I am not available during the day because I have to work. It was sad that Kimberly and her family had to move. When I began my search to look for someone to replace Kimberly, it was really hard to find anybody because nobody comes even close. I would highly recommend Kimberly for a nanny position through one of the Nanny agencies in Philadelphia county PA. She would do great with the years of childcare experience she carries with her. She is great with children and one could never go wrong.”

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