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We are ready to find you a Temporary Nanny.

In response to COVID 19 Dream Nanny is offering FREE Temporary Nanny Placements and we have significantly discounted our rates.

All Dream Nannies have childcare experience, have been interviewed and reference checked.

We have a variety of Nannies available including Experienced Dream Nannies and Dream Junior Nannies.

All Dream Nannies are personally matched to suit your in-home childcare needs.

Childcare | Temporary Nanny | Level 4 | Government Broadcast

If you need to have your child cared for by someone else you will need to identify that person or people as part of your self-isolated group. This will need to be done by midnight Wednesday and the group must remain the same for the whole four weeks.

The caregiver’s own group (eg, their partner and children), your child and your own group (eg, your parents and other children) become one group. This group needs to be limited to minimise any risk of spread and should be no more than 20 people.

For Example:

If a Nanny lives at home with her own husband and 2 children they have an immediate family group of 4. If the Nanny travels (by private car) to work for her Nanny family (1 child and two parents) then the nanny family becomes part of this group. The group is now 7 people. If the Mother at the Nanny family needs to visit and care for her parents then the group becomes 11 people.

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We have numerous Nanny jobs available nationwide.

We are recruiting workers who have childcare experience (min 3 months) and have recently lost their jobs as a result of COVID 19.

Kiwi Working Parents Need YOU to help them with childcare so they can continue to do their jobs.

Register as a Dream Nanny Today and we will match you with local Kiwi Families who need your help.

Join us today and access many exclusive benefits specifically for Dream Nannies.

Childcare | Temporary Nanny | Level 4 | Government Broadcast

If you need to have your child cared for by someone else you will need to identify that person or people as part of your self-isolated group. This will need to be done by midnight Wednesday and the group must remain the same for the whole four weeks.

The caregiver’s own group (eg, their partner and children), your child and your own group (eg, your parents and other children) become one group. This group needs to be limited to minimise any risk of spread and should be no more than 20 people.

For Example:

If a Nanny lives at home with her own husband and 2 children they have an immediate family group of 4. If the Nanny travels (by private car) to work for her Nanny family (1 child and two parents) then the nanny family becomes part of this group. The group is now 7 people. If the Mother at the Nanny family needs to visit and care for her parents then the group becomes 11 people.