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CaregiverNanny: A New Website for Confinement in Singapore

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Confinement in Singapore is an ages-old tradition, but new service CaregiverNanny has brought it into the 21st century by making it easier than ever to find a confinement nanny online

Baby on the way, mama? Whether or not it’s your first time at the childbirth rodeo, we all know how nice it is having an extra pair of hands around the house when you bring a newborn home. For those mamas looking to hire a confinement nanny in Singapore, we’re thrilled to tell you about the new service CaregiverNanny, a new website that features over 150 qualified nannies in a transparent and easy-to-use online database.

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CaregiverNanny is a new service from CaregiverAsia, a healthcare provider with nearly one million accredited caregivers across Asia Pacific and the US. Transparency and comprehensive information are a core part of their philsophy: you can easily see full bios, work experience, references, and even reviews within every potential nanny’s profile. The sleek website is also easy to search – forget about hopelessly chasing down leads via phone and text message, mama!

In fact, CaregiverNanny can offer confirmation within two days if you need to book a nanny in a hurry! And you can feel confident and secure that your precious newborn will be in safe hands: CaregiverNanny’s over 150 experienced and wonderful nannies all come from Singapore and Malaysia, and have undergone a thorough and stringent screening process with the company’s experienced recruiters (many who’ve worked in Singapore hospitals). Not only can you see reviews written by past families, but you’ll be welcome to write up your own review at the end of the nanny’s service.

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CaregiverNanny charges a flat fee of $600, including advice on selecting a nanny, arranging interviews with your chosen candidates, and sorting all paperwork for visas for nannies coming from Malaysia (there’s a $120 surcharge if you need a nanny to start urgently within 30 days). Nannies typically receive between $2,500 – $3,500 per month, depending on what services you require, with a maximum work permit validity of 16 weeks. For more info, be sure to check CaregiverNanny’s super-helpful FAQs!

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Why not give your bub (and yourself!) the very best start, mama? CaregiverNannies will not only look after your baby and prepare healthy, nourishing meals, but they can also share their wisdom on how to best care for your baby going forward once they’re done working their magic. Parenthood can be a bumpy ride, but they’ll show you how to stay strong in the saddle!

CaregiverNanny, Tel: (+65) 6258 6684, www.caregivernanny.com

Brought to you in partnership with CaregiverNanny. All images courtesy of CaregiverNanny.

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