top of page

CHILDCARE

Alongside its other commitments to simplifying lives, Atlanta Home Concierge is passionate about its value-oriented nanny services. We are not just any regular nanny service department - we prioritize ethics. From a selection of nannies, you can choose from multitask nannies, babysitters, fun-sitters, after-school sitters, newborn care specialists, tutors, and nannies that follow Montessori principles.

Multitask Nanny

A nanny takes on various responsibilities throughout their day, ranging from cooking meals to transporting kids. Most importantly, they care for and supervise children.

  • Perform household chores like vacuuming, cleaning, dusting, and managing kids' and family's laundry;

  • Run family errands such as paying bills and grocery shopping;

  • Wash dishes after meals.

Babysitter

Ensuring your children's safety and meeting their basic needs for a short period of time.

  • On an as-needed basis for a few hours at a time;

  • Date nights;

  • Traveling.

Fun-sitter

This program goes beyond regular babysitting. It focuses on fun, happiness, learning, and the development of motor skills, arts and crafts, and creativity, providing children with a unique and personalized experience.

  • Interactive sessions;

  • Date nights;

  • One-on-one or group sessions;

  • Weekends;

  • Party programs;

  • Activities include recreation, arts and crafts, DIY projects, storytelling, shadow theater, puppet shows, science experiments, outdoor activities, and more, tailored to each child's interests and profile.

After-School Sitters

After-school nannies have various responsibilities and roles. This can include picking up children from school to putting them to bed at night. Our after-school nannies work in the following ways:

  • Ensure the safety and well-being of children at all times;

  • Establish routines for children and maintain a daily schedule;

  • Transport kids, including school pickup and drop-off, play dates, and scheduled activities;

  • Assist with homework and other school assignments, offering tutoring services as required;

  • Facilitate structured activities and supervise free play;

  • Provide snacks or dinners after school based on children's specific dietary requirements;

  • Complete household tasks such as errands, cleaning, laundry, tidying, and dishes, with assistance from children;

  • Maintain a stimulating learning and play environment where children remain engaged throughout the afternoon and evening;

  • Ensure that the bedtime routine includes bathing, teeth brushing, preparing clothes for the following day, and storytelling.

Tutor

A tutor is responsible for helping children identify their needs and weaknesses in skills that require improvement.

  • Prepare lessons by studying lesson plans and reviewing textbooks in detail to understand the topics they will be teaching;

  • Provide additional projects if needed during a session;

  • Contribute to student learning, growth, and advancement;

  • Demonstrate academic competence in the subject area(s) and develop a curriculum;

  • Maintain a growth mindset toward student learning and teaching practice;

  • Facilitate problem-solving with a curious mind and critical thinking skills;

  • Collaborate effectively with parents and the organization to enhance student performance.

Newborn Care Specialist (NCS)

Also known as an infant care specialist or baby nurse, is a professional who assists with all aspects of newborn care for new parents.

  • Maintain a log of the baby's eating, sleeping, and behavioral patterns;

  • Monitor the baby's nutritional intake;

  • Umbilical care;

  • Circumcision care;

  • Diapering;

  • Sponge and tub bath;

  • Burping techniques;

  • Soothing techniques;

  • Swaddling;

  • Infant massage;

  • Establish a schedule for sleeping, meals, naps, and playtime;

  • Care for babies with reflux, colic, and slow weight gain;

  • Maintain a log of the baby's eating, sleeping, and behavioral patterns;

  • Assist in bringing the newborn to the nursing mom (if breastfeeding);

  • Organize and maintain the nursery.

Montessori at Home

Montessori education focuses on nurturing each child's potential by providing learning experiences that support their intellectual, physical, emotional, and social development. This approach includes language, mathematics, practical life, sensorial, and cultural elements.

  • Education and Science;

  • Prepared Environment;

  • Tools and Toys;

  • Practical life activities encompass tasks such as cleaning, making their own snacks, washing vegetables, watering plants, scrubbing dishes, and cleaning windows;

  • Eye-hand coordination activities involve pursuits that engage their hands in various ways, like water pouring exercises and locking and unlocking activities;

  • Arts and crafts activities encompass drawing, molding with sand and clay, cutting shapes, painting, and sewing;

  • Language activities involve using baskets filled with classified objects and reading books, especially those focused on daily life;

  • Gross motor activities include indoor activities like balancing and yoga, as well as outdoor activities like swinging, running, jumping, and sliding;

  • Organization.

For more information about our Montessori At Home Program, click here.

READY TO HAVE THE BEST CHILDCARE EXPERIENCE?

CLICK ON THE BEST OPTION FOR YOU

bottom of page