The discounted program fee includes airfare for the Au Pair to and from their home country and health insurance for the Au Pair. Families also have access to a Local Area Representative who lives close by to help with any Host Families and Au Pairs needs.
Go Au Pair weekly prices are not based per child. Instead, a host family only pays $327 per week despite the number of children in the family.
“We understand that many families are on tight budgets during the current economic situation,” said Tanna Wilson, managing director at Go Au Pair. “Go Au Pair is helping make child care even more affordable.”
Au Pairs commit to a full year of child care. Host families decide the Au Pair’s work schedule which provides flexibility, especially for working parents.
Ellen Miller, Go Au Pair’s Local Area Representative in Central Florida, said she has seen many families bond with their Au Pair and care about them as they’ve shown dedication to the family and children.
The Department of State considers the Au Pair program a cultural exchange visitor program. Go Au Pair offers families a unique cultural experience in conjunction with excellent child care.
“Go Au Pair child care allows Central Florida families to invite new cultures and diversities inside their home and share them with their families,” Miller said.
Families can view available Au Pairs for free by going to GoAuPair.com