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Nannies: Parent’s Super Heroes

Nannies And Parents: Like Batman And Robin When you, as a parent, look into your child’s eyes for the first time, you are overcome with love. Your heart surges. You realize that you’ve never felt an emotion quite like this. You’ve transformed from a conventional human with regular emotions and typical responsibilities into a superhero… Read more »


Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , | August 7, 2017

INA Helps Cleveland Clinic Research on Nannies and Child Food Allergies

Doctor Justin Greiwe, MD from the Cleveland Clinic approached the International Nanny Association several months ago and asked INA nannies to participate in an on-line survey assessing nannies knowledge of food allergies in children. As the “Authority on in-home child care”, the INA is an important resource to the Cleveland Clinic and others, as the… Read more »


Tags: | November 7, 2014

Nanny Resources | When a Band-aid is not Enough

Being a beacon of light for families that need guidance and resources to cope with everyday stress and difficult periods raising young children is a task that is not listed on many nanny job descriptions.  However, parents, nannies and children cannot escape stress or mend a broken heart with a magic band-aid.  During these times,… Read more »


Tags: , | August 11, 2014

Child Abuse – Every Nanny’s Concern

Understanding Child Abuse & Neglect While a painful reality that most of us wish to avoid, all professionals working with children are ethically responsible to be aware of the indicators of child abuse and neglect, as well as what to do when abuse or neglect is suspected. It’s upsetting to think about child maltreatment, especially… Read more »


Tags: , , | May 19, 2014