5 tips for finding a nanny post COVID-19

For almost three months, many working parents have had to balance work and family responsibilities without childcare and the stress is starting to show. At Nannies on Call, we’ve been receiving more requests from parents looking for short and long term childcare, while online we’re seeing more and more childcare job postings.  If you’ve started… Read more »

We are here to help you

Like many businesses and families, Nannies on Call is adapting to meet the needs or our families and nannies. Restaurants are providing meal kits and grocery services, liquor stores are putting together cocktail kits, and manufacturing companies have switched to producing PPE. Everyone is doing their best to stay in business and service Canadians safely…. Read more »

How to move from Nanny to Household Manager

As a nanny, you may find yourself picking up extra responsibilities during your time with a family. You may start out with household management responsibilities from the beginning, but if you are expected to tend to younger children, most parents will tell you that the kids come before other tasks. As children get older, however,… Read more »

The Financial Side of a Nanny Share

Finding affordable childcare can be one of the biggest struggles that parents face.  One solution that is gaining momentum is a Nanny Share.  This means that one nanny is caring for the children from two (or possibly three) families at the same time.  This allows for the families to enjoy the benefits,  flexibility and ease that… Read more »

Vancouver Nannies Available!

Addison is a very confident and impressive nanny! Having just graduated at the University of Ontario with her Child and Youth Work Advanced Diploma, she has a wide range of age experience from 6 months and up (including twins!). Having worked as a full time and part time nanny, preschool teacher assistant, daycare worker, regular babysitter and children’s skating instructor, Addison’s passion for children is apparent.