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"What impressed me the most about working with ABC Nanny Source was the level of detail and organization in which such confidential information was presented. I received an extensive profile of each nanny candidate prior to her coming to my home for an interview. Once each nanny arrived at my door, I was fully relaxed because I felt I already knew the person in front of me! That’s how detailed these profiles were. The process was made very easy for our family and within a matter of days, I hired the perfect nanny for our children!"

Stacy is a professional Redmond Special Needs Nanny because she cares for children and wants positively influence their future!

“I am very enthusiastic, goal oriented, organized, a good communicator, and energetic. I have always enjoyed working with children. I was a previous Center Director at a day care as well as a preschool teacher and a kindergarten teacher. I am certified in PA in Early Childhood Education and Elementary Education. If I was asked to describe in one sentence the reason I have chosen to be a Redmond Special Needs Nanny over any other profession, it would have to be because I love being around children. While I am a nanny, I can give the children the attention that they need and focus on them individually as well. All children need love and care and being a nanny provides that opportunity. I have been serving in some form of childcare experience for over 7 years and can honestly say I absolutely love what I do! I feel the children are sponges and really retain what they hear and see and that is why children need love, care, and individual attention that are needed for them to grow and learn. I love working with children and that is all I plan on doing with my life and is all I ever wanted to do with my life! My goal as a nanny is to give the family what they want and follow their rules concerning discipline and learning goals. I will also bring my experience to their home and provide their children with the best care that I can! I will be a good role model and teach the children how to make good choices. I am willing to do housekeeping that includes anything from bathrooms, to kitchens, to vacuuming, to mopping, and to dusting. Whatever the usual housekeeping duties are as long as I can still provide good care to the children because that is my priority. If I had to describe myself in five adjectives, I would say that I am energetic, enthusiastic, organized, dependable, and friendly. Activities that I would like to incorporate in the daily plan for the family I care for would include art projects, outside time, reading time, and manners. If asked to describe the perfect family seeking a nanny like me I would hope they would be young children, fun family, easy to communicate with, and understanding.”

“I had the distinct pleasure of working with Stacy last year. Stacy worked as my paraprofessional in an Itinerant Learning Support Program for grades nine and twelve. All students had an IEP, received instruction in general education classes with learning support services, and specially designed instruction. Stacy was instrumental in academically supporting the identified students and following the goals and accommodations needed for these students to meet with success. Although Stacy's background is in elementary education, she did an excellent job working with the high school curriculum, as well as with the high school staff. She exhibits a natural ability to communicate with people. Her rapport with the students was outstanding. In the general education classes, Stacy took the initiative to work with all students in a positive manner. She uses good judgment and has a pleasant attitude and appearance. Stacy's technology skills with the computer will be an asset to any program. She commands the ability to create student-centered forms, rubrics, charts, study guides, and power point presentations. Understanding and using current web based learning programs for reading, mathematics, and Stacy used content subjects daily for academic support with the students in high school classes. Stacy's work ethic, attitude, and integrity are commendable and will be an asset to any family seeking a Redmond Special Needs Nanny.”

“Stacy completed her student teaching assignment in my sixth-grade classroom. During her three months, Stacy gradually took over all the teaching duties for the school day. She taught classes with an average of 29 students in each class and was able to effectively manage the behavior of the students in each class. Stacy also worked one-on-one and in small groups with students. She developed a good relationship with the students so that they felt comfortable going to her with any questions regarding their schoolwork. Stacy took the initiative to create in-class, as well as homework assignments for the students. She graded papers and returned work to students in a timely manner. Stacy is well organized. She kept track of grades and missed assignments on a daily basis. She is able to explain concepts and skills to the students in a way that they understand. Other qualities that Stacy possesses that will make her a good Redmond Special Needs Nanny are flexibility, confidence, and the ability to help those students who struggle with certain subjects. Stacy has helped students achieve success in our learning goals. She has the ability to be flexible with her plans and teaching when things pop up unexpectedly. Anytime our schedule changed, Stacy was able to adapt with the changes and still manage to cover the necessary materials in a shortened period. Stacy is reliable, hardworking, and dependable. On days that I was absent, I had no qualms about student behavior or learning in my absence. I knew that everything would go on, just as we had planned. Stacy was able to take control of the classroom and the students continued with their day as if nothing was any different.”

“Stacy has been a Special Education Instructional Aide in our District for this past school year and I highly recommend her for a position as a Redmond Special Needs Nanny. Stacy always keeps up with academic material in each classroom and always completes work on time. She keeps impeccable notebooks for each class that she covers, and her friendly personality makes it easy for students and teachers to communicate with her on a personal, as well as professional level. She exhibits a natural ability to have rapport with teenagers and the students willingly work with Stacy each day. Stacy's appearance, positive attitude, and integrity are commendable. She follows all school policies and has been a wonderful asset to our school district. She is a team player and always has the best interests of her students and the school at heart.”

“I have known Stacy as a co-worker, a boss, and as a friend. We worked together at a Child Development Center and I always saw Stacy as someone to emulate. She was teaching kindergarten, and had a wonderful relationship with all of her students. She was able to be firm with the children, while providing a warm, nurturing atmosphere. Stacy continued to influence me, as a teacher, when she was promoted to Director of our center. She was an excellent person to work for, providing feedback and practical advice from a teacher's point of view. In that leadership role, she continued to maintain excellent rapport with the children, and teachers, always setting a wonderful example for the best interactions with the students. Since that time, I have become a certified teacher and have happily kept a close friendship with Stacy. She is a wonderful mother and friend, and someone that I feel I have learned from. She displays amazing patience, and a warm, caring disposition that children find irresistible. She will be a wonderful Redmond Special Needs Nanny.”

“I have known Stacy personally for eight years, and have always known her to be organized, responsible, and an easy going individual. During the time, I have known Stacy; I have seen her fulfill positions in the childcare field including Kindergarten teacher, Childcare Director, tutor and Stay-at-Home mother. Her love and dedication to children is apparent through her extensive experiences. I believe that her skills and experiences make her an excellent candidate for your position as a Redmond Special Needs Nanny. Stacy encompasses much strength. Among her strengths are her punctuality and efficiency. Stacy has an effortless way of completing a variety of tasks and takes pride in assuring the tasks are completed accurately. Stacy has a strong sense of patience and has a natural ability to interact and connect with children. Stacy is committed to any position she is given and would be a great asset to your family. In summary, I highly recommend Stacy for any position or endeavor that she may seek to pursue.”

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