Agency Profile | berks Nanny | Links | Questions To Ask | Nanny vs. Daycare | Screening Process | Areas | Request Services | Testimonials | Customer Service | Employment

Each ABC berks 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, berks

ABC Nannies like Katherine, whose charismatic attitude creates a positive environment with all children, are preferred by families who have used a Nanny in Berks County.

“I am very easy going, funny, and sweet. I would like to become a Nanny because I have always loved children, and have been known to have a great rapport with children. I also think it would be great to work more one-on-one with children to have more of an opportunity to bond with them. I have been serving in some form of childcare experience for over eight years and can honestly say I love what I do! I feel the children are beautiful, unique, and fun. My goal as a Nanny is to make the children feel safe, loved, nurtured, and that they can trust me and look up to me for anything. I am willing to do housekeeping that includes dishes, meal preparation, vacuuming, and pet care. If I had to describe myself in five adjectives I would say that I am funny, outgoing, charismatic, hardworking, and empathetic. Activities that I would like to incorporate in the daily plan for the family I care for would include playing, tutoring, artwork, and music. If asked to describe the perfect family seeking a Nanny in Berks County like me I would hope they would be good communicators and welcoming!”

“Katherine is a caring and genuinely compassionate individual who tried to see beyond her students’ academic needs in order to aid in the development of the whole child. She regularly spoke about how she wanted to make things better for her students so learning could take place. Katherine had excellent rapport with her students! Her third graders responded well to her during instruction time, as well as when she offered correction. In English Language Arts (ELA) instruction, Katherine worked to create classroom assessments that provided useful data for instructional purposes such as creating small groups for mini lessons or remediation. She also worked on developing a comprehensive understanding of the content so that she could begin to differentiate the instruction for her students. Katherine made strides in gathering pertinent professional information to assist in this endeavor. Likewise, she articulated with her colleagues and began to feel confident in sharing her experiences as well as with asking for assistance from others. It was my pleasure to work with her and I recommend her highly as a Nanny in Berks County!”

“I strongly recommend Katherine for employment as a Nanny in Berks County! During the time she was our nanny, her duties not only involved caring for my daughter's physical wellbeing, but also for further developing my daughter's cognitive skills as well. During this time, I found Katherine to be a responsible, dedicated, creative and caring individual! I was also impressed with Katherine's creativity. It seemed that on almost a daily basis she was able to take common, everyday household products and use them as games and creative projects for her and my daughter to work on. For example, she took small empty water bottles and filled them with different materials such as rice, beans, or colored water. As a result, she had shakers for my daughter to use as instruments when they would listen to music! Katherine consistently demonstrated patience and flexibility. As a result of my career as a teacher and coach, and my wife as a full time nurse, our hours were often not consistent, and yet Katherine took last minute changes in stride. Combine this situation with the knowledge that she was also a full time college student; it did not take long for me to realize that Katherine is a person who is willing to work under changing, and sometimes-difficult situations, and yet remain a team player. She possesses a dedicated sense of professionalism, patience, flexibility, and creativity!”

Search for more Berks County Nannies >>>


[Agency Profile] [Hiring a Nanny?] [Questions to Ask] [Screening Process] [Areas Served] [Request Services] [Testimonials] [Customer Service] [Employment][Site Map]

ABC Nanny Source - A Philadelphia Nanny Agency
Philadelphia, PA

Phone: 215-348-8187
Phone: 717-221-1020
Phone: 302-234-7797
Phone: 908-522-9000
Phone: 212-755-0080
Phone: 301-299-1500
Phone: 703-522-1199
Phone: 202-244-5515
Phone: 203-869-1549
Phone: 206-219-0529
Phone: 629-223-0610
Phone: 734-884-3177
Phone: 737-837-7127
Phone: 602-807-6717
Phone: 702-847-6177

GTM Payroll Service
[email protected]


2007 ABC Nanny Source. All rights reserved.