Come to Meet and Walk with Au Pair Sis to support Autism!

Lace up your sneakers and Walk Now for Autism Speaks with an international and fun Go Au Pair team and Au Pair Sis on Sunday, November 2nd. Come to meet in person Au Pair Sis Janine.

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Here are more details on the event.

Walk Now for Autism Speaks is a fun, family-friendly day of autism awareness, information, and fundraising for Autism Speaks. Please register with Go Au Pair team  before the walk and everyone is welcome to join!  Walk Now for Autism Speaks will be on Sunday, November 2, 2014 at the Citizens Bank Park, 1 Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia, PA 19148

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We’ll met on November 2, 2014 at 10:00 am. Registration Volunteers will assist the participants in completing Walk Day Registration envelopes. If you are not registered in advance, you will need to sign the participant waiver before the walk. Nametags will be available for the children with space for parents contact information.


An opening ceremony will start at 10:30 am and  a Walk will start at 11:00 am. Here is the a map of the walk route and a map of the Home Run Club Entertainment and Resource Fair.

If you or the kids will need a break, there will be a rest area at Bob’s Discount Furniture Calming Tent located halfway through the walk. Wawa, Frito Lay and Deep River Snacks will provide snacks and water to all participants. All of the food is donated and provided to every walker without a fee. autism bear

Please bring cash or credit card  if you are interested in purchasing anything on Walk day. Proceeds from all Walk Day purchases will go toward the Philadelphia Walk Now for Autism Speaks.

There is ample parking at Citizens Bank Park. As you enter the on Pattison Ave, free parking will be available in lots S,T,U and P.walk wuth Go Au Pair team

Go Au Pair Team is very much looking forward to the 12th Annual Philadelphia Walk Now for Autism Speaks!  Au Pairs are looking forward to getting together, make new friends, meet Au Pair Sis Janine and to raise awareness, advocacy,  funding for research and family services for the autism community.

Last call- Join Go Au Pair Team for the Walk Now for Autism Speaks!

Please join Go Au Pair team for the Walk Now for Autism Speaks on November 2, 2014 at the Citizens Bank Park, 1 Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia, PA 19148. Host families, friends and Au Pairs from Go Au Pair and other agencies are welcome to walk with Go Au Pair Team  to change the future for all who struggle with Autism.

Please register with Go Au Pair team


The Au Pairs are young active and want to change the future of the kids who struggle with Autism. There are Au Pairs from Brazil, China, Colombia, El Salvador, Ecuador, Germany, Hungry, South Africa, Mexico, Spain and Ukraine in our team. They are energetic and motivated to volunteer and help the community. They are young, global, active, love children and want to change the future of the kids who struggle with Autism.
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The Au Pair program celebrates 25 years since 1989 when the first participant came to the USA. Since that time about 14,000 foreigners have been coming to the US every year to work as Au Pairs. Thousands of Au Pairs have gotten to participate in this wonderful cultural exchange opportunity. Many Au Pairs immerse themselves in American life and are very enthusiastic and motivated to change the world for the better.

Last call, please join our wonderful global team for the Walk Now for Autism Speaks and walk with the Go Au Pair team.

Se you on November 2, 2014 at 10:00 am!

Go Au Pair team supports Autism fundraising.

Go Au Pair team hosted three fundraising events for Autism Speaks in Philadelphia, Langhorne and New Hope. Thank you to all Au Pairs who participated and raised the funds.Thank you to our Au Pairs.
The Go Au Pair team goal was to raise $500, which we have already surpassed!  We are very proud for reaching our goal and would like to thank many of our host families who also participated and made donations.IMG_20140629_215409
Au Pairs from Go Au Pair in Bucks County raised over $700 for Autism Speaks during three fundraising events.
The first fundraising event was  an Au Pair International Pot-Luck Dinner in June, 2014.Au Pair friends The second event was a barbecue party in Core Creek Park, Langhorne, PA in August, 2014Go Au Pair Bucks County fundraisingThe third and last event was fundraising at Rice’s Market  in New Hope in September, 2014Au pair team in Bucks CountyI would like to thank many of our Au Pairs who participated in many fundraising events.  Some Au Pairs were participated in two or more events. Thank Au Pair Monica from Colombia, Au Pair  Cosima from Germany, Au Pair Cherry from S. Africa, Au Pair Jenny from Germany, Au Pair Nita from S. Africa and others.Volunteering  is a great cultural exchange experience for our Au Pairs and also it is the opportunity to make a difference in people lives, help the community and immerse in American life.. Check out and join the facebook page for Au Pairs volunteering in the USA.autism and aupair

Please join Go Au Pair team on November, 2 2014 for an annual Autism Walk.

Walk with us to help kids who struggle with Autism!

Autism is the fastest-growing serious developmental disorder in the U.S. Every 11 minutes, another child in the United States will be diagnosed with Autism. 360_autism_infertility_0518

Please join Go Au Pair team for the Walk Now for Autism Speaks on November 2, 2014 at the Citizens Bank Park, 1 Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia, PA 19148 at 10:00 am. Host families, friends and Au Pairs from other agencies are welcome to walk  to change the future for all who struggle with Autism. walk for autism

Au Pairs from our Go Au Pair Philadelphia, Bucks County and NJ cluster come from as many as 11 countries and we are much more than just nannies. While we love children and chose to come to US as a childcare provider, many of us also love to help others and to volunteer. Every year the cluster chooses a project to support, this year our team wanted to change the future of the kids who struggle with Autism.Au Pair volunteering at Bucks County 484

We are very excited that Go Au Pair Team raised over $700 for the Autism Speaks Foundation in Bucks County. This money will help fund important scientific research, local family services and  much more.autism and au pair

Our team truly feels like we’ve made a difference by going over our fundraising goal. We need more volunteers to join us for our walk! Please  become a part of a fun and supportive Team. We are looking forward to meeting you at the Citizens Bank Park, 1 Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia, PA 19148 on November 2, 2014 at 10:00 am.

Please register for the walk with Go Au Pair team now!

Au Pair cultural exchange program.

The Au Pair program is a cultural  exchange program. Go Au Pair does everything to help their Au Pairs get a rich cultural exchange experience.  There is a local support from Local Area Representatives who hold cultural meetings and special programs for Au Pairs from Go Au Pair “Bed and Breakfast” or “Au Pair Sis” programs.

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The Au Pair program helps Au pairs learn about American culture. For young people considering to visit the US, Au Pair is an exciting and rewarding cultural exchange experience. They make international friends and their host family often becomes their second family abroad.Au Pair friends

The Au Pairs attend Au Pairs meetings  and meet other Au Pairs. Go Au Pair recruits Au Pairs from many countries, Au pairs  learn from a huge cultural diversity around them. Right now there are Brazilian Au PairsChinese Au PairsColombian Au PairsSalvadorian Au PairsEcuadorian Au PairsPanamanian Au PairsSouth African Au PairsMexican Au Pairs, Cameroonian Au PairAu Pairs Bucks County, NJ, Philly

All Au Pairs attend American schools and meet students around the worlds and polish their English.Au pair Go  Au pair in class

They explore the country and  learn American culture firsthand.  Au Paiirs goaupair

American culture is a mix of  traditions from around the world since it is a country of immigrants.go-au-pair-at-the-picnic

The United States is a great place for cultural exchange because there are a lot of opportunities to learn about other ways of life.

Halloween Cluster Meeting

First of all, I’d like to thank Polina for hosting a wonderful Halloween party for the au pairs where we had great food, fun games and also got the chance to make new friends.


During our party, Polina organized some Halloween games which was a lot of fun. We played the Candy Corn Relay Race, Apple Peeling,  Apple Seed Testing and we got a glimpse  into our future with some candles, here were the results:

Violet: You’ll be blessed spiritually and overcome something difficult in your future.


Green: You’ll have balance and harmony in your future, and you’ll also become sexy ;)


Pink: You’ll have passion, love and nurturing in your future.


The winner of the costume competition was Cosima, our real red riding hood! Congrats Cosima! :)


After the competition we changed and headed out to the Active Acres Farm where we first went through the Haunted House, which was done extremely good – if you’re lucky enough, you’ll get to see to your name on a grave in the graveyard behind the house ;)

After doing the Haunted House, we did the Sleepy Hollow Hayride. Personally it was a bit disappointing (and freezing) but we still had a lot of fun! One thing to definitely look forward to is The Headless Horseman.


Everyone that participated, thank you! I’m looking forward to our next cluster meeting, which will be on the second of November for the Autism Walk in Philadelphia :)

Stay tuned!

Welcome, Anelia, another au pair from South Africa.

Anelia Pretorius (22) is another au pair from South Africa that  joined our cluster. She lives in Flemington, New Jersey.

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“I’ve always wanted to see the USA and thought that being an au pair will give me that opportunity to explore America and experience different situations and mature more as a person. Learn to be more independent.”

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Anelia’s hobbies include traveling and exploring new things, she also likes kayaking, swimming, horseback riding, tubing and other outdoor activities.


Anelia would describe herself as loyal, friendly and independent. She is also good at dancing, and finding new things to do. Her wish would be to always achieve whatever comes her way.
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Welcome Anelia! We’re all looking forward to meeting you and getting to know you better :)

10 things to know about the Au Pair program for a new family

Being prepared to the Au Pairs program is the best way for a new family to start the program successfully.Welcome to go au pair

To begin, I suggest starting with reading the basic What is Au Pair Child Care?

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Here is a digest of the 10 posts  that will help new host families learn more about the program.

The Au Pair program rules

What is an Au Pair’s role in the family?

Host family handbook for an aupair

Preparing for a new Au Pair
An Au Pair’s room in the host family home

How to welcome your new Au Pair.

An Au Pair and the educational requirements.

The first weeks with your Au Pair

Host Parents and Au Pair communication

What Au Pairs can and can’t doimportant

To read more how to be a successful host family, check out the blog of Au Pair Expert for Go Au Pair Summer Blackhurst.  Summer  has interviewed more than one hundred families and Au Pairs to find out what are important things to know about the Au Pair program.

Welcome to  email  me with your questions.

Luisa, another Colombian au pair

Luisa (23) is our new au pair from Columbia that will be replacing Sandra in Ambler, PA. Claudia from El Salvador will be Luisa’s buddy.


Luisa wanted to be an au pair because she loves children and wanted to know more about American lifestyles and cultures.

Her hobbies include being outdoors, listening to music, watching movies, sports and visiting new places.


I would describe myself as happy, sincere and respectful. My wish would be to be young forever.

Luisa would like to visit Disney Land, Grand Canyon, California and the Niagara Falls.

Welcome Luisa :)

Lorena, a new Colombian au pair

Lorena (26) is also one of our new Colombian au pairs and she will be living in Chalfont, Philadelphia.

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Lorena decided to become an au pair because she loves to work and spend time with kids while teaching and sharing beautiful moments with them. She also wants to improve her English and learn about the American culture.
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Lorena’s hobbies include watching movies, walking and playing board games. She would describe herself as responsible, patient and someone with a positive attitude.
Thus far the favorite part about being an au pair for Lorena has been the part of living with a new family, while learning more about the American ways of living and also that she has the chance to learn more about herself. Lorena’s most valuable lesson here in America owuld be that communication is always key – and I’m sure every au pair would agree with you :)

Welcome Lorena! We are all looking forward to getting to know you better and spending more time with you.

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