According to the National Education Organization, “providing a high-quality education for children before they turn five yields significant medium- and long-term benefits.”

Children who participate in early childhood educational programming are:
While the intention of Apex Care Professionals is not to become your child’s full time tutor or teacher, those with an early childhood education background are typically preschool and elementary teachers. These Care Professionals are accustomed to teaching children in a classroom setting. They are trained to provide educational support and activities for children ages 2+, help with homework, provide virtual learning support, and reinforce or establish routines related to study habits or regular chores around the house. This helps ease the transition when parents re-engage after a busy day at the office.
Care Professionals have a wide range of educational tasks they can support, including:

Families with young children are often extremely busy. Having live-in child care can bring balance to the household and alleviate the demands of modern parenting.

Care Professionals who care for children aged two and older can help with a wide range of practical tasks, including:


The arrival of a new baby is a joyous occasion that may also cause parents to experience a new level of stress. Some families with new babies appreciate the flexibility and time having live-in child care lends to their lifestyle, whether creating a better balance or enabling them adequate time to maintain a career. Apex Social Group offers Infant Care Qualified Care Professionals who may also have a background in Pediatric Nursing or Early Childhood Development. This specialized knowledge gives them the training they need to ensure your child is in competent hands, offering you a peace of mind.

Our live-in, infant care qualified candidates have experience with:

The advantages of professional, live-in infant care are numerous and valuable for both parents and infants. The experience and expertise of Apex Care Professionals ensure that infants receive the highest quality of care, tailored to their specific needs. The personalized attention, consistency, and routine provided by live-in care can contribute to a sense of security and stability for the infant. Additionally, the flexibility allows parents to navigate their responsibilities with confidence. Live-in infant care not only supports the well-being and development of the child but also provides valuable assistance and guidance to parents.


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