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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
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  • Motor Vehicle Report on File
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Prior Verifiable Childcare Experience
  • A Love for Children!
Nanny, Philadelphia

Families who have needed a Philadelphia County Special Needs Nanny prefer our ABC Nannies like Amanda who keeps children entertained with board games, story time, and age appropriate arts and crafts.

“People would describe my personality as gentle, nurturing, and kind-hearted! I want to be a Philadelphia County Special Needs Nanny because I feel it will be a rewarding experience. I would like to take a year off after completing school to be in the Nanny profession because working with children is very meaningful to me. I have been serving in some form of childcare for over two years and can honestly say I love what I do! I feel the children are carefree and just want someone to support them and give them unconditional positive regard. My goal as a is to reinforce the parents’ values and be a positive role model in the child’s life. I am willing to do housekeeping that includes dishes, laundry, helping with homework, preparing meals, vacuuming, and light cleaning. If I had to describe myself in five adjectives I would say that I am patient, fun, bright, kind, and nurturing. Activities that I would like to incorporate in the daily plan for the family I care for would include board games, outdoor activities and sports, reading books, and arts and crafts, age appropriate movies and TV shows, depending on the child’s interests and available resources. If asked to describe the perfect family seeking a Nanny like me I would hope they would be very fun!”

“As a guidance counseling intern, Amanda fulfilled and exceeded all job requirements by assisting counselors with responsibilities as well as initiating three groups to enhance students social, friendship, and interpersonal skills. Amanda worked with me as well as the other two guidance counselors at the middle school level. She participated in meetings with parents, teachers, and administrators. She assisted with many clerical responsibilities as well. I would recommend her as a Philadelphia County Special Needs Nanny.”

” A few years ago, I had the pleasure to work with Amanda as substitute teacher at a High School. During my tenure, she effectively displayed her ability to be a positive influence to those in her classroom. She has shown enthusiasm, integrity and has been well received by the students, parents and her co-workers. What I admire most about Amanda is that she takes great pride in her work and is always willing to go the extra mile to see that those in her presence are taken care of. In addition to, she is accountable, courteous and an excellent role model. I have and continue to admire Amanda for her passion and commitment in working with children over the past eight years. Therefore, it is with great pleasure to recommend Amanda for employment as nanny. I was a Philadelphia County Special Needs Nanny for five years for a family and I know Amanda has the qualities to make an excellent nanny!”

“I have two children: six years old and eighteen months. I have known Amanda for five years and she has grown close with my children through spending time with us at our house and helping out with the them from time to time. Amanda is a very dependable, caring, patient and family-oriented person and makes me feel very comfortable trusting her with the care of my children. Education is also very important to her and that is another great quality that she passes on to my children through her patience in teaching them anything from coloring in the lines to writing letters and reading to them. She will be a wonderful Philadelphia County Special Needs Nanny to someone’s child and the family who employs her will be very fortunate to have found her.”

“In her position she acted as the Director of the organization. Amanda was responsible for the daily operations which included overseeing one hundred and ten children, ensuring correct ratios of professional staff, interacting with families, and communicating facility policy on behalf of our company. Amanda worked diligently and in a dedicated fashion. She has a professional appearance and attitude. Her resume shows a lifetime of childcare experience and education. She will be a wonderful Philadelphia County Special Needs Nanny.”

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