Dallas Nanny Agency
What is the role of the nanny?
The role of a nanny often involves some basic household management duties. I encourage nannies to go above and beyond their role to best serve the principals and to be a real team player with the mindset that no job is too small or too big. The best nannies understand that they are not there to simply care for the children, but to serve the whole family. Nannies are there to partner with parents for the betterment of the children, the home, and the family.
We know how to assess character and qualifications and understand the questions a new mother might have. We can train and mold candidates to each specific home or situation.
Peter has been raising the bar of distinctive personal service for the past 30 years. His expertise is a result of equal parts fine hospitality training and over two decades of hands-on domestic service experience. His long tenure working with prominent families and their children bolsters his talent for training and placing vetted and exceptionally qualified nannies.
In addition to his fine service skills, Peter understands the type of trained staffing necessary to manage and care for your most valuable asset, your children.Read More
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"THE best experience in placing us with the right family. A total win win. Peter and his company was smart, courteous, expeditious and totally professional. I would not hesitate to use him again (hopefully I won't due to my great position). I certainly recommend that you go with this great outfit. Thanks again Peter. Awesome job!!!"
Dallas Nanny Agency Services
Nannies can offer support with children who have limiting emotional or physical conditions and are there to create a secure nurturing environment. The 21st century modern nanny is educated, tech savvy, well- traveled and often speaks two or more languages. Additionally, responsibilities might include; assisting with homework, driving your children to appointments, meal planning and managing play dates.
Part-time nannies are there for support when a family needs someone to travel, watch the children when the parents are at work or have a family dinner, social or business commitment, etc. Generally, they share the same responsibilities as a full-time nanny, but for a shorter time period.
Tutor Nanny, Educator
A tutor is someone with all the skill a nanny possesses, but usually with a formal education or even a doctorate in education, the arts, sciences or languages. A tutor can act as educator and chaperone, and accompany children or teenagers to social functions, travel, support calendar management and act as a point of contact for busy parents. At times they take on the role of guardian.
Newborn Nanny/Night Nannies
A Newborn Care Specialist (NCS) may also support as Nanny. This role supports the parents in the early days of a new baby’s life. They will swaddle, sooth, calm, assist with sleep training, bathe, and feed the baby. For new parents who are alone in a new city without family support a Newborn Care Specialist is a gift. They allow exhausted parents to rest, knowing that their baby in the care of an experienced nanny who specializes in new born care.Read More
Someone who supervises children on a full-time or part-time basis. Usually there is no formal training for this support. Sometimes, a babysitter is someone who is a friend of the family, a college student that can cover shifts on a as needed basis.
A manny is a male version of a nanny. Today they are becoming more and more popular supporting single parent families. In some circumstances where there are boys and there isn’t the presence of a male role model, ‘Mannies’ provide support to those families who feel they would like a male influence in their home.Read More
A governess is someone with all the skills a nanny possesses. A governess will have a formal education or even a doctorate in education, the arts, sciences or languages.
A governess will act as educator and chaperone, and accompany children or teenagers to social functions, travel, support calendar management and act as a point of contact for busy parents.
At times, they take on the role of guardian.