FAQ

Realize the benefits of a Live in nanny You choose the person to take care of your children Care is tailored to your children’s needs and delivered on a personal level A Live in nanny is available at flexible times around your schedule Weekend and overnight care is available if needed Children are not exposed…

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Many families do believe that in-home care is an expensive solution and only rich families can afford it. But if you look at it you can clearly see that the cost of the Caregiver is affordable and a valuable solution and in many instances could cost less than Day Care or a Nursing Home. There are…

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Yes, it is considered a childcare expense. We recommend you contact a professional accountant to find out how much you can claim back.

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No, in accordance with new regulations that came into effect April 1st, 2010, under no circumstances can you recoup the cost of the airfare from the Caregiver. We do not provide a refund of the recruitment fees however we will provide a 4 month replacement guarantee.

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Not if she came to Canada under the In-Home Caregiver Program. Each Nanny has to work for the Employer mentioned in her Work Permit. All other employment would be considered as illegal.

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Unfortunately we will not be able to provide you with temporary care. It is rare that our applicants already living in Canada are unemployed but even in such instances they would not look at temporary employment. Our recommendation would be to research locally for the options available.

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Some things to consider when planning for the future of your loved once: Nursing home: Pros Cons Complete care Long waiting time Medical help available 24/7 Expensive Supervised environment Lack of privacy Social network available May be too far from your home Sense of isolation from family Restrictions in visitation (stay over, visit hours etc)…

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It is often difficult decision what Child Care arrangement is right for your family. Here are some things to consider when deciding on child care. Day care: Pros Cons Licensed establishment with professional staff Not enough spots for every child Exposure of the child to new people, children, cultures Expensive unless subsidized Supervised environment May…

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In accordance with the new regulations as of April 1st 2010, employers have to pay cost of the recruitment and airfare. Immigration costs (if any) are paid by the Caregiver. Under the 2014 changes, if the caregiver is within your employment when they have to leave Canada, then you will have to pay their return…

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Caregivers may not be eligible for Provincial Medical Coverage for a period of 3 months. In this case, in accordance with the new regulations which came into effect on April 1st, 2010, the employer must provide the caregiver with medical insurance for this period.

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