NJ Nanny Links | Agency Profile | Questions To Ask | Nanny vs. Daycare | Screening Process | Areas | NJ Nanny Search | Testimonials | Customer Service | Employment | Contact

ALL ABC Nannies Have:

  • CPR Certification
  • Passed 5-panel Drug Test
  • Passed Criminal Clearances
  • Authorization to work in the U.S
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Motor Vehicle Report on File
  • Electronic Fingerprints on File
  • Signed ABC’s 1 Year Commitment Pledge
  • Moral & Ethical Code of Conduct
  • Verifiable Childcare Experience
  • A Genuine Love for Children!

ABC is proud to represent nannies like Amanda who have great childcare experience including working as a Salem County Special Needs Nanny.

I have a very positive outlook on life and think of myself as a happy and open-minded person! I am very easy to get along with and have a lot of energy. I want to have a more personal relationship with the children I care for, as well as their parents. Early childhood care is so important in children’s lives and I want to be a positive influence to a child and their family. If I was asked to describe in one sentence the reason I have chosen to be in the Nanny profession over any other it would have to be because I enjoy working with children and I want a more meaningful relationship with a child and their family, something I feel I do not get in a group care setting. I have been serving in some form of childcare for over 4 years and can honestly say I love what I do! My goal as a Salem County Special Needs Nanny is to create a loving and meaningful relationship with a child or children. I want to educate them and enjoy fun times with them. I am willing to do light housework that benefits the children such as tidying their rooms, putting their wash away and making sure the kitchen is clean from cooking the children’s meals. If I had to describe myself in five adjectives I would say that I am polite, intelligent, loving, energetic, and thoughtful. Activities that I would like to incorporate in the daily plan for the family I care for would include art activities, science experiments, baking, walking, sports activities, reading, and family meals. If asked to describe the perfect family seeking a Nanny like me I would hope they would be an open minded, friendly, and talkative family. I want them to be willing to try new things and welcoming of new ideas.”

“I am writing on behalf of Ms. Amanda who has been my son’s Toddler teacher at the child learning center for three years. Ms. Amanda is an intelligent and motivated individual. Her dedication and care to my son was beyond expectations. Ms. Amanda allowed my son to grow and become more independent. Some examples are making his bed, setting/clearing the table, verbalizing his thought instead of acting out and potty training. Her daily lessons were creative and educational so that each day my son would come home and let me know what he learned. My family feels extremely fortunate to have had Amanda as my son’s Toddler teacher. She has great experience as a Salem County Special Needs Nanny as well! My son was excited to go to the learning center each day and we felt so comfortable having our son in the care of Amanda.”

“She was able to keep up with our busy schedule and give our children the attention they needed while being easy to get along with. She was recommended to us by a friend who hired her as a Salem County Special Needs Nanny. Although we only had Amanda for a short time period due to our relocation, she was able to get along with everyone. She paid close attention to our children, which was important because we had a pool and the children frequently rode bikes and such in our neighborhood. She could easily make children’s meals and keep up after them when our children were a little messy. When we got busy with friends or work, Amanda was able to run some errands for us. We had no negative instances with her. After the children went to bed, Amanda was nice enough to spend time with our friends and us instead of secluding herself away. She is a very friendly person who appreciates family and can keep a good handle on children.”

Search for more Salem County Nannies >>>


About Us | Never Hired a Nanny Before? | Agency Answers You Must Know | Nanny vs. Daycare | Screening Process | Areas Served | Initiate Nanny Search | Testimonials | Customer Service | Employment | Site Map | Home

ABC Nanny Source - A New Jersey Nanny Agency
45 River Road
Summit, NJ 07901
GTM Payroll Service

Phone: 908-522-9000
Phone: 973-455-0034
Phone: 732-828-0012
Phone: 201-493-8440
Phone: 609-924-6565
Phone: 856-988-8560
TOLL FREE FAX 1-877-349-6719

© Copyright 2010 ABC Nanny Source. All rights reserved.