Our Screening Process

As parents, we understand how busy life is and that taking time out to locate, interview and screen nannies can be a bit tedious. That’s why you should let us do what we do best while you spend that time with your family. We have screened nannies and babysitters for almost two decades and know the in’s and outs of finding a great nanny. Let our expertise and experience take some stress off, while you find the perfect nanny.

Why Choose NannyCare.com?

  • Trust our experience- We have been helping families find qualified nannies and babysitters for almost 20 yrs.
  • We don’t just accept everyone- All of our nannies must have at least 2 years of experience, CPR/First Aid and pass a preliminary background check.
  • We run preliminary background checks-We run preliminary background checks on every nanny and babysitter listed on our site. Our preliminary background check includes a social security & address history search as well as a National criminal and sex offender search.
  • We verify identification We run a social security number search which confirms their identity by verifying their full name, age, date of birth, complete address history as well as work eligibility. It also provides insight into their residency and movement patterns.
  • All nannies are CPR/First Aid certified- We make sure that all of our nannies have current CPR/First Aid. If a nanny doesn’t have it, we have her enroll in a class and won’t accept any candidates until we see proof of certification.



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