The physical health threat posed by COVID-19 is not going anywhere soon. Organized group activities designed to keep children engaged, active, and learning throughout the summer months are no longer a safe option.
Parents who had planned to send their kids to camp are now wondering what they are going to do. Although many families have muddled through the last couple of months, the lack of a definitive time when they will feel safe is overwhelming and challenging to their mental health. Parents are living in survival mode while also being tasked with thinking creatively to spark joy throughout the day for their children. And now, they have to think about new plans for the upcoming summer months.
We are here to help.
White House Nannies has a menu of services designed to support varying needs – all in a safe one-to-one care model. Both family and caregiver must commit to practicing safe social distancing guidelines by the CDC both on the job and in their personal lives. White House Nannies screens both caregivers and families according to current recommended practice by the CDC. See our FAQs for more details.
Below are a few of our offerings. Please reach out to us at [email protected] or 301-654-1242 with any questions.