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Your child deserves the best nanny!

We are not a nanny agency, we don't do referring.

We have assembled our team of professional nannies/educators (PNEs) and all of our PNEs are trained to provide a professional and loving service.

Our PNEs are responsible to create daily schedules and engage in activities to ensure healthy mental, physical and emotional growth in the children they care for. 

Our 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, our relationship with the child, and provision of experiences in an environment that contributes to the child’s success.

“In high-quality infant/toddler programs, the interests of the child and the belief that each child has a curriculum are what drive practice” (Lally, 2000, p.6). 

Playing with Baby
Feeding the Toddler

Why Guava Care?

  • Our PNEs have training on early development and early childhood education and have access to continuing education that provides them with comprehensive resources to intentionally teach and care for our youngest learners.

  • Professional Nannies/Educators are Guava Care employees ​​so you don't need to worry about the paperwork of hiring and being an employer  

  • Our PNEs follow an Infants and Toddlers Curriculum based on Montessori method to promote naturally independent, socially responsible, confident, physically capable, curious and motivated learners.

  • ​Bilingual exposure (Spanish, English)

  • Backup support if your assigned PNE is sick  

  • CPR and First Aid certified PNEs as well as fully vaccinated 

  • Extensive background screenings:

    • Motor Vehicles Report

    • Government WatchList,

    • TrustLine clearance before start of work

Professionals with relevant knowledge, skills and child deserve the best nanny!

Average hourly rate:

$35 to $55



Intentional and responsive care

Because the developmental foundation built during early years has lifelong implications, the responsibility for children’s learning while in out-of-home care is too significant to be left to chance. An individualized curriculum provides a way for teacher-caregivers to be intentional about the way they support 

development and learning in children under 3 and ensures that all aspects of development are being monitored and appropriately supported in a variety of ways.  


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