Professional, experienced and loving nannies with childhood education
At Guava Care, we believe caring for young children involves more than meeting their physical needs. Today caregivers see themselves as responsive professionals concerned about all aspects of children’s development.
We warranty that our network of nannies is made of professional women. They will keep your children safe and happy and promote an educational environment with meaningful learning and responsive caregiving through routines and experiences to help them reach their full potential.
We have an extensive network around the San Francisco Peninsula, East Bay, and Marin County. Professional nannies trained to provide a professional and loving service.
Your child deserves the best nanny!
Our nannies are responsible for creating daily schedules and engaging in activities to ensure healthy mental, physical, and emotional growth in the children they care for.
Nannies' role is not to teach but to observe and reflect on what infants/toddlers are experiencing and how they learn. Then to support the process through interactions and providing experiences in an environment that contributes to the child’s success.
Flat placement fee: $600
Why Guava Care?
Our network follows an Infants and Toddlers Curriculum (Montessori-based activities, responsive care approach, secure attachment philosophy)
Professional Nannies with adequate childhood education
Bilingual exposure (Spanish, English)
CPR and First Aid-certified PNEs as well as fully vaccinated
Extensive background screenings (Motor Vehicles Report, Government WatchList, TrustLine clearance)
Professionals with relevant knowledge, skills and experience... your child deserves the best nanny!
Average Nanny hourly rate:
$30 to $60
Curriculum for babies?
The answer is “Yes.” The development that occurs from birth to 3 years lays the foundation for all later learning (National Research Council and Institute of Medicine, 2000). To ensure an effective foundation for later development and success, infant/toddler experiences should be designed to meet the individual needs of each child.
Infant/toddler learning is also largely relationship and context dependent: the support and interactions of adult caregivers are critical to the growth and learning of these youngest children.