Full-Time Available Nanny Maria in Los Angeles, CA

Maria  Palazzolo is ready for easy and safe payroll with Nanny Lane
Ready for easy and safe payroll

A little bit about me…Hello! My name is Maria Palazzolo, I am currently an 18 year old at Carroll High School. I graduate in early June and am looking for a live in nanny position in Southern California because some of my best friends are Marines at Camp Pendleton and I would like to be closer to them. I love working with children and have been a pet/babysitter since I was 13. I have been a part-time nanny for a wonderful family for about two years now and I love every second of it! I typically cook for them, play games for enrichment, play outside, and tuck them in to bed at night. I am also looking to get CPR and First Aid certified soon. I would love it if you would consider bringing me in and giving me the awesome opportunity to care for your children.
Looking For
Start: Jun 7, 2020
Age Groups
Driver’s License
Fluent Languages
Has car
Light housekeeping
Meal prep
Special needs
Aug 2018 - Mar 2020 (2yrs 7mo)
More About Me
Relevant experience where I also cared for children were…I volunteered at a summer camp for special needs children. I aided them in horseback riding and barn hand activities. I have also been a volunteer for church vacation bible school, being a group leader in the kids activities.
Activities I enjoy doing with children…Indoor I love to play barbies or legos, make playdoh, and do arts and crafts. Outdoor we play make believe and stay out as long as we can, we also have chalk drawing competitions on the driveway and go swimming at the local pool. The zoo is also a great way to spend the day!
The most important part about being a nanny…The most important part of being a nanny is keeping the environment stress free and enriching!
My experience with special needs children…As I previously stated I worked at a camp for special needs children, also my mother has always worked in special education so when my summer would begin before hers I would volunteer in her classroom with students who are blind, deaf, have autism, and other developmental delays. I enjoying workin with them one on one and trying to see things through their eyes.
My favorite nanny moment…The young boy I nanny for has difficulties reading and one night I actually got him to read one chapter of his book to me with no complaints or confusion! It was such and awesome moment for him and I to share and his parents were overjoyed with his success.