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?

Co Au Pair

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.


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Trackback: Top Ten Reasons to Host an Au Pair | Go Au Pair - Providence
  2. Joan Lowell
    Oct 15, 2014 @ 14:20:59

    Polina, Great post! What a good idea to remind folks about the Au Pair Program with links to your previous posts! Let’s hope our readers really look back and then keep following our blogs! Rhode Island’s cluster is up to three families and au pairs from Spain and Colombia! Here is a link to my post: http://goaupairprovidence.wordpress.com/2014/10/15/top-ten-reasons-to-host-an-au-pair/


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