Finding Before and After School Care


During the school year, many parents struggle with securing before and after school coverage. When school always ends a few hours before you get out of work, piecemeal childcare arrangements can only hold up for so long.

The daily before and after school struggles are in addition to the issues parents run into when children are sick or school is closed.

If you find yourself in a childcare jam during the school year, Family Helpers can help.

Family Helpers has prescreened, experienced nannies and babysitters that are ready to pinch hit for you in a moment’s notice. While advance notice is always appreciated, Family Helpers is typically able to secure a childcare provider with just a few hours notice.

Family Helper’s caregivers have undergone rigorous screening, which includes interviews, reference checks and background checks, and all have professional childcare experience.

Our nannies and babysitters are willing and able to provide part-time and temporary coverage.Most schools have strict sick child policies. Family Helper’s prescreened and experienced nannies can provide care for mildly ill children in the comfort of their own home with little notice.

Family Helper’s nannies and babysitters can also be scheduled to pinch hit during school vacations and on days when schools are closed.

Give us a call when you need help this school year. We’ll be there.

Family Helpers is a full-service domestic placement agency that has provided exceptional well-screened summer nannies and babysitters to families in the Westchester County community since 1995.

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