FACE Personnel has been providing child care services from the start, matching experienced caregivers with families of all shapes and sizes

A popular outcome of the federal government's Live-In Caregiver Program, families in need of experienced child care and household support can directly employ a live-in nanny (minimum 40 hours per week).

For families who don't require full-time care, or are unable to accommodate a live-in caregiver for any reason, live-out nannies provide opportunities for flexible child care options, such as after-school care and contracted babysitting.

Many caregivers bring a host of skills to the home, and can support basic household needs, such as:
  • Cooking and meal preparation
  • Cleaning and basic household maintenance
  • Driving, carpooling, and errands