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Alexis Young
Northwest Washington, Washington$15/hr  |  4 yrs experience
Becoming a nanny is a joy for me. I thrive as a caregiver for our young people....Respecting there rights of passage from Infant to young adult's which is a great passion of mines. Its not just a job I fulfill, but touching lives by offerring Positive & Energectic encouragements. Becoming a Friend first from a stranger. Building a bond with children using my attentiveness when facing sensitivities.
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Lindsey Shea
Washington$25/hr  |  6 yrs experience
Hello! I'm a creative, cheerful, and attentive nanny. I've graduated from college, am well-traveled, and pride myself on my ability to help children learn and grow in fun and engaging ways. I also have professional experience teaching young children early learning and literacy skills. With infants and toddlers, I focus on developing their five senses, social, motor, and language skills. With children 2.5 years and older, I try to expand their horizons by teaching them about animals, the natural world, sports, art, and science, through play, day trips, and fun activities. I look forward to speaking with you, and getting to know your family's needs in greater depth. Thank you!
Katrina Giangobbe
Northwest Washington, Washington$18/hr  |  4 yrs experience
My name is Katrina and I have 6 years of professional childcare experience. I graduated from NAU in 2018 with a bachelor's in public health. I am currently getting my master's in public health from The George Washington Universit and live in D.C. I have experience with newborns up to 14-year-old. I am CPR certified and first aid certified as well as a fingerprint clearance card (Arizona card) to work with children. I have worked as a lead teacher at Abundant Life Preschool and an assistant teacher at Child-time in Flagstaff, Arizona so I have experience in a classroom having to look after multiple children at once. I have also been a full-time and part-time nanny. I have experience driving children, doing pick-ups/drop-offs, homework help, meal prep, laundry, cleaning, overnights, and doing lots of fun activities with kids! I studied abroad in Tanzania during the summer of 2018 and worked in health clinics and orphanages so I have experience with a wide variety of cultures and needs.
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Sandra F.

Sandra was very loyal, loving and a great teacher for my children. She left because she moved and my children missed her dearly - Anna Maria Panara

Lavon D.

Lavon is very professional and handles every child with care. She is flexible and dependable as well. - Kevina

Lavon D.

Lavon is a very caring and loving individual. Her love and care for the kids she takes care of us out of this world. Lavon came to us when I had my first son and she has been with me with giving birth to my other 4 kids. She helps me with virtual learning and also helps with cleaning and cooking when needed! She has been available at last minute functions that have come up - Amanda

How to Find Affordable Child Care in District of Columbia

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Understand the Different Types of Child Care in District of Columbia

If you’re looking for affordable child care, you should explore the different types of care and how they compare to each other in District of Columbia. What are the differences between a solo nanny and a nanny share? What about a nanny share vs. daycare? Or nanny share vs. nursery school? Or a solo nanny vs. an au pair? What is a nanny share?

There are lots of options to find affordable child care that works best for your family, and Nanny Lane’s child care services is here to help along the way.

Explore the Costs of Different Child Care Options in District of Columbia

There are various types of child care (solo nanny, nanny share, etc), with different levels of costs. For how much to pay a nanny, key factors that determine cost are experience, the number of children, where you live, and much more. In addition, during the hiring process, you should be considerate of how to handle expenses (e.g. gas, food, etc.).

If you choose a nanny as the best child care option for your family, there are ways to save on nanny costs like an afterschool co-op or having relatives who live close offer child care support on certain days.

Alternatively, you can [split the costs of a nanny)(/guide/nanny-share/cost/how-to-split-nanny-share-costs). There are lots of different nanny share setups that highlight how to make nanny shares even if the kids are different ages. With a nanny share, you can find a family first or hire a nanny and consider creating a nanny share. Either way, a nanny share is the most affordable way to employ a nanny.

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