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What should your family be thinking about and communicating to your au pair during corona times?
In every new step in your life, there are certain aspects you need to prepare in advance. We already have information on how can you plan your trip. However, with the pandemic, there are extra steps you need to do to protect yourself and your future family.
Find out why an au pair stay in a foreign country is one of the very best ways to travel and get international experience during the corona crisis.
Almost every au pair brings a gift to their family at the beginning of the stay, but some prepare a farewell present as well, so that the host family can remember them forever.
You'd like to start your au pair adventure right now but can't due to coronavirus restrictions? Here are some ideas about how to make your waiting time more productive (and more fun)!
A first-hand corona travel report telling what it's like right now (in August 2020) to travel from Germany to Spain. The bottom line: It works!
Having childcare support based in your own home can make all the difference.
In a new video made in collaboration with AuPairWorld, Jarryd gives the four top reasons why host families might want to include male au pairs in their searching options.
With corona restrictions being loosened in large parts of the EU, families and au pairs have lots of good options for an au pair stay.
Living abroad, specially the first time, is scary, but also exciting according to Angela. When she was an au pair in Hanover, she had to deal with homesickness, like every au pair or person who is away from home. However, she had some tricks on how to deal with it and now she is sharing them with you!
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