Frequently asked questions
Will you be my nanny?
Sorry, my schedule is full! If that ever changes, I will offer my availability to my mailing list, so I invite you to subscribe.
Can you help me find a RIE® nanny?
I can try!
Since I train nannies in this approach, I do sometimes hear from nannies that are looking for work. Please fill out this form and I will let you know if I can think of a match for you. If I can't find anyone for you, I can forward your information to a nanny agency familiar with helping families find nannies that use this approach.
Can you train my nanny or childcare provider in RIE®?
Yes! I can teach any nanny that is actively curious about the approach. You can sign your nanny up for one of my RIE® Nurturing Nanny™ courses designed to introduce nannies and childcare providers to the Educaring® Approach (RIE). You can go ahead and register your nanny for the next course.
Can you consult with me, either in person or over the phone?
Yes, I would love to! You can book a session online here.
Can you help me find a playgroup or RIE® Parent Infant Guidance™ class?
Can you help me find a job as a nanny?
Yes, almost certainly! I get many, many requests from families looking for nannies, and relatively few requests for nannies looking for work, so the odds of me being able to find a family for you are good.
Please fill out this form and I will let you know if I can think of a match for you. If I can't find anyone for you, I will forward your information to a nanny agency familiar with helping nannies find jobs with families that use this approach.
Can you appear on our podcast, write an article for our newsletter, or teach at a conference I am organizing?
Yes! I would love to speak to your audience on a variety of infant and toddler topics, and I am experienced with educating groups of 5 to 100+ people. I can usually book webinars and podcasts without too much issue. I am also happy to teach in person for courses or conferences. Just contact me using the Other Inquiries form at the bottom of the page to arrange the details.