Cultural Care at the Puppet Showplace Theater in Brookline

Thursday, 13 October 2011

    Last Saturday, October 8th Judy Robinson (Lcc in Boston-right) and I (Marta Pena – Lcc in Brookline-Left) had a great time at the Puppet Showplace Theater in Brookline.  We handed  out Cultural Care brochures, and provided nformation about our Au Pair Program to all the patrons who attended the Special […]

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New Insurance Rules for the 13th month

Thursday, 6 October 2011

As you may already know, at the end of each au pair’s program term there is a 30-day grace period often referred to as the “additional month”. Many au pairs use this grace period as a means of traveling in the U.S. before returning home. During this time, an au […]

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TOP FIVE MISTAKES TO AVOID WHEN HOSTING AN AU PAIR

Wednesday, 28 September 2011

                                  1. INCOMPATIBILITY Compatibility is essential for the success of the  Au Pair program.  As a Host Family, you don’t want an au pair who is not compatible with your family’s personality, lifestyle, and childcare needs.   When interviewing the Au Pair either by a phone call or a Skype interview, provide […]

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WELCOME Agnes Fyrgård and Karla Fabiola Corral

Monday, 19 September 2011

Please, join me in welcoming Agnes Fyrgard and Karla Fabiola Corral to our group of au pairs in Brookline. This is what Agnes and Karla responded when asked why they wanted to be an au pair: Agnes :  “Because I see this as a great experience and I want to develop […]

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TIME FOR YOUR SPOUSE

Monday, 5 September 2011

Ways to Find Time for Your Spouse With the rush of today’s life it is hard to make time be a parent and an attentive spouse.  We all know that a strong marriage is the base to provide our kids with stability and security.  How do you make time for […]

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