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White House Nannies provides long-term in home childcare services to families throughout the DC metro area. WHN accepts applications from only the best qualified and most experienced nanny candidates seeking employment. These candidates are all thoroughly screened and meet the agency’s most exacting standards. To work in the permanent division, nannies are required to make a minimum one year commitment, but many stay in their positions for five or more years.The one-on-one individualized attention of an in-home nanny is the preferred arrangement of many working parents.
White House Nannies, Inc. is a member of the Association of Premier Nanny Agencies and the International Nanny Association and subscribes to their codes of conduct and high ethical standards. Through these organizations WHN is playing an active role in developing meaningful industry standards to assure that all families seeking qualified childcare will receive well-defined services.