For over 15 years, Care.com has been the leading online destination for families and caregivers to find quality, affordable care. With over 20 million members in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia, Care.com is the world's largest online marketplace for finding and managing family care.
Families use the service to find and book caregiver services including child care, special needs care, senior care, pet care, housekeeping, and more. Caregivers use the platform to find work opportunities and manage their businesses.
If you're a caregiver looking for work, the platform is the perfect place to start your search. With millions of families searching for caregivers every day, you're sure to find the right match for your skills and experience.
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Nannies are professional caregivers who are trained to care for children of all ages, from infants to toddlers to school-aged children. Nannies typically work in the home of the family they are employed by and are responsible for all aspects of child care, from diaper changes and feeding to homework help and transportation to and from activities.
Childcare is a broad term that can refer to any type of care for children, from babysitting to nannying to daycare. Daycare centers are businesses that provide care for children during the day, usually while their parents are working. Many daycare centers are licensed and must meet certain health and safety standards.
Elder care is a term used to describe the care of older adults who may need help with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, and eating, or who may need help with transportation, medication management, and other tasks. In-home care is a type of care that is provided in the home of the person who needs care.
In-home care can be provided by a trained professional caregiver or by a family member or friend. Au pairs are foreign national caregivers who live with a host family and provide child care and other domestic services in exchange for room, board, and a small stipend.
Housekeepers are responsible for cleaning and organizing the home of their employer. Housekeepers typically work on a weekly basis and may be responsible for laundry, grocery shopping, and other household tasks in addition to cleaning.