Tuesday, September 29th, 2020

Alicia A. – Mature Nanny with Oodles of Experience

Nanny PhotoRead Dear Family Letter Once a midwife and mother, this nanny is now an expert caregiver.  Alicia moved to Hong Kong eight years ago to help improve the lives of her own family.  She says that as a parent you try your best to help your children reach their dreams and do whatever you can to help them with their aspirations for the future.  She keeps this in mind when caring for her employer’s children as she truly understands why they work so hard to ensure the lives of their children are as rewarding as possible. Alicia’s quality of care can be demonstrated in the length of her contracts; six years with her first employer and now two years with her present employer.  She has experience caring for children from newborn to school aged and is happy to help with household chores, meal preparation and laundry.  Alicia’s children are both in high school now and she would like nothing more than to earn some money to send home to help them prepare for college. She looks forward to finding an employer that will treat her like family just as she will treat their children as hers.
Age: 42 years old
Current Location: Hong Kong
Background: Filipino
Family Status: Married
Education: Midwife
Years of Childcare Experience: 16 years
 Years of Eldercare Experience: 0 years
Can provide care for: 1 to 2 children
Experience with Children aged: Newborns, Infants (3-12months), Toddlers (1-3yrs), Kindergarten (4-5yrs), School age (6+ yrs).
Childcare Experience: Sterilize bottles & prepare formulas & change diapers, bathe, dress & feed children, prepare children for sleep, read to children, help children with homework, organize activities (arts & crafts, games, and outings), take children to and from school, discipline children according to the methods requested by the parents
Special Needs Experience: none
Household Experience: Prepare & serve meals, shop for food & household supplies, wash, iron & press clothing, perform housekeeping & cleaning duties.
Ability to drive: No, but willing to learn
Ability to swim: No
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