Au Pair childcare is Most Affordable Childcare

Monday, 6 September 2010

Have you been thinking about an Au Pair? ¬† Have you been thinking about hosting an Au Pair but want to know more about the program? Please visit our showcase site¬†with host family and Au Pair-generated videos at ilovemyaupair.com. Our new showcase site will forever highlight a selection of the […]

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Cultural Care Au Pair survey results improve- AGAIN

Sunday, 17 January 2010

Thank you to all of the families at Cultural care for taking th time to give us the gift of your feedback. This past fall, Cultural Care Au Pair launched another customer satisfaction survey to our host families…and the consensus is that they are overwhelmingly happy! To share few of […]

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How to get a PA driver’s license

Thursday, 11 December 2008

Most au pairs arrive to the U.S. with their home country license and an international driver’s permit (also referred to as an IDP). It is an au pair’s responsibility to procure the IDP in her home country before departure for the U.S. The international driver’s permit serves as a translation […]

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what is the “13th month”

Sunday, 2 November 2008

The 30 day grace period, also known as the “13th month”, falls at the end of an au pair’s program. This grace period allows au pairs time to say goodbye to their host family and friends, and to travel around the U.S. before returning home. During this time, the J-1 […]

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No-No List for Au Pairs

Thursday, 2 October 2008

Perhaps due to cultural differences, some of these cautions are not as obvious to everyone. But to keep everyone safe, please take a few minutes while you are eating dinner with your au pair or sharing a cup of tea and review this list together. You may decide to print […]

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