Mother’s Help do not work on a sole charge basis. They work alongside the mother, and in this way, they gain further childcare experience. They learn on the job. They are not as experienced as a professional Nanny and do not generally have childcare qualifications. A Mother’s Help will look after your child and will also carry out some light housework. As with a Nanny, a Mother’s Help can be live in or live out and work full time or part time.
Mother’s Helps generally work five days per week, around ten hours per day. However, since they are working alongside the mother, they may work fewer hours than a full time Nanny (around 8-9 per day). Mother’s Helps can also work on a part time basis.
Mothers help salaries depend very much on experience, duties and hours required, please contact us for more details.