Thousands of busy parents rely on Cultural Care Au Pair each year to provide a childcare solution that is flexible, affordable and quality-driven.

You get flexibility

Live-in coverage

A live-in provider gives you peace of mind as a busy parent. Having another adult in your home eliminates the stress of pick-up and drop-off at daycare and the hassle of patching together coverage from babysitters or family members.

The ability to customize

With an au pair, your childcare works around your needs and schedule and not the other way around. By choosing how you want to schedule your 45 hours of childcare, you know you have childcare when you need it most—including sick days, snow days, even nights and weekends! You also decide how your children spend their time while you’re outside the home. Hosting your own live-in caregiver puts you in the driver’s seat of your child’s activities and environment.

You get affordability

Fixed cost averages just $375 per week

Hosting a Cultural Care au pair costs an average of $375 per week based on 49 weeks of childcare (au pairs spend the first week of the program at the Cultural Care Au Pair Training School and are entitled to two weeks of paid vacation). This cost is per family, not per child, so you won’t pay extra if you have more than one child. Compare au pair childcare to day care or a nanny, and you will find that au pair childcare offers a financially competitive solution.

Flexible payment plans

Whether you prefer to pay our program fee all at once or in installments using our flexible payment plan, you can decide what works best for your family’s finances.

You get a quality program

Superior au pair screening

When you review au pair candidates through Cultural Care Au Pair, you can rest assured that each one has been recruited and screened by Cultural Care’s overseas team. (Other agencies outsource with independent agents to recruit their au pairs.) Cultural Care’s screening process provides a higher level of recruitment standards and consistency in how candidates are interviewed.

Quality training program

When your au pair arrives to the U.S. she will spend the first four days at our training school in NY, reviewing child safety and development. The curriculum, developed in partnership with the Children’s Foundation in Washington, D.C., is designed to prepare your au pair for the year ahead.

Commitment to customer satisfaction

As a Cultural Care Au Pair host family, you will have the opportunity to share feedback with us—through regular customer satisfaction surveys, so we can continually improve our program.

For many families, the benefits of hosting an au pair outweigh those of other forms of childcare. Discover the advantages of an au pair versus daycare and nannies.