Nanny Monitoring

Are Your Babies Being Looked After Properly?

Nanny Monitoring

Whether you are a single parent or in a relationship where both partners work, one of your biggest headaches is children and more specifically the person that is looking after them in your absence. You have trusted the welfare of your babies to a nanny, child minder or au pair, but do you know what they are doing? Do you have questions like:

  • Are my babies being cared for properly?
  • Is the Nanny, child minder or au pair following my instructions?
  • Is the Nanny, child minder or au pair being mean to my babies behind my back?

You hired help to look after the children to free your time up to do other things like work, but how do you KNOW they are doing what you ask? Not knowing is a great worry. Remember whatever bad things happen to your babies as children can affect them in a negative way for all their lives. They are vulnerable and need your protection.


We have the answer

No matter what your budget we can find you the answers. We will use a combination of state-of-the-art technology and surveillance to find out what your Nanny, child minder or au pair is doing, saying and going with you babies so you can stop worrying.

Call us now to discuss a tailored package and put your mind at rest over the welfare of most important people in your life your babies.

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