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May 28, 1993 - Image 130

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-28

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MOTHER'S HELPER

(continued from page 65)

70's BEST
ADD A 90's FLAIR AND...

START WITH A

summer nannies to Orioles
team members, including Cal
Ripken Jr. and Glenn Davis.
"Using summer nannies is a
great alternative to sending
your kids away to camp,"
explains Nishta Bhatia, presi-
dent of The Nanny Corp. in
Ann Arbor. "Kids can have a
productive and constructive
summer and still enjoy time
with their parents."
A vacation nanny might be a
family's regular, year-round
baby sitter; an older child of
friends or neighbors; a student
found by contacting a local
high school or college; or a pro-
fessional referred by one of the
handful of local nanny agen-
cies. The important considera-
tion is that the parents feel
totally confident and comfort-
able with their choice in a care
giver.
Searching for a mother's
helper at a local high school or
college usually begins with a
phone call. Contact the guid-

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66 • SUMMER 1993 • STYLE

If you locate a summer
nanny through an
agency, expect to pay
a fee of anywhere
between $200 and
$400, plus a possible
annual or lifetime
membership fee.

ance office at a high school and
the career placement office at a
college or university. Most will
ask you to mail or bring in an
index card listing pertinent
information regarding the num-
ber and ages of your children,
dates involved, travel, if any, a
live-in or live-out arrangement,
additional duties such as pet
care or housework, salary and
days off. Cards are usually
posted on a summer job bul-
letin board, and students can
contact families if they are
interested.
If you locate a summer
nanny through an agency,
expect to pay a fee of anywhere
between $200 and $400, plus a
possible annual or lifetime
membership fee. While all
operate slightly differently,
most agencies strive for near
perfect matches of nannies to
families, by referring a list of
applicants to families following
extensive interviewing of both

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