- London, United Kingdom
- 9, August 2021
As a qualified and experienced Teacher, Nanny, and Maternity Nurse, I have dedicated my life to caring for babies and children within various capacities for over 11 years. During my role as a Nanny, I developed an experience working with various families with new-born babies and children, including twins and autistic children. With my knowledge, I managed to support each developmental stage regarding the baby's physical, cognitive and emotional needs. I also provided exceptional support fulfilling feeding and sleeping routines based on a holistic family-centred approach without compromising the baby's needs. I am incredibly respectful of the parents' preferred style and competent to offer guidance on various issues such as dietary needs, reflux, colic, and spotting tongue ties.
Looking after New borns including singles, twins and those with special needs.
Supporting babies and mothers by implementing and monitoring sleep routines
Modules included Inclusion, Autism and Dyslexia
Taught Computer Science and Mathematics in Secondary Schools
• I have worked with families with new-borns and children involved in singles, twins, and special needs.
• Placements varied from 24 hours to daily sessions.
• Provided support and guidance in implementing feeding and sleeping routines, depending on the needs of individual families.
• Created logs to meet the baby’s needs and made sure that the mum was well-rested.
• Provided advice and supported breast or bottle feeding and dietary needs at various developmental stages.
• Supported the parents on how to solve winding, reflux, colic, and teething problems.
• General baby care included baby’s laundry, nursery cleanliness, sterilizing bottles, and nappy changing.
• Supported two autistic twins of which one was verbal and the other mute.
• Offered flexible hours to suit the needs of both children and the family.
• Adapted calming techniques according to their sensory needs taking into account that every child is different.
• Created educational activities to promote developmental skills at each stage.
• Worked with various families with single newborn babies and children
• Prepared healthy meals, dressed, and changed their nappies.
• Provided developmental prospects such as taking them out on trips and walks.
• Tided up their playrooms and nursery.
• Kept and recorded logs of their stages of development.