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Thanks to Happy Helpers, finding an emergency babysitter just got easier!!!!
The hassles and worries of finding a temporary babysitter for Houston area parents have been alleviated with the help of Happy Helpers, a Houston based nanny referral agency. All the sitters are thoroughly screened before being referred.
By: Hapyy Helpers
Again to make sure that the children under our supervision have a fun time, our sitters come equipped with age appropriate storybooks, games and crafts. The sitters range in age from young college students to able grandmothers. We strive to match the various expectations of our families. For instance, families with infants want a more matured sitter, while families with school aged children are better suited with a young sitter that is willing to get on the floor and play with their children. Whatever the need of every family, the most important thing is that Happy Helpers is committed to meeting those staffing challenges.
Like all our permanent domestic personnel, Happy Helpers performs a stringent background check on all its temporary sitters. Our rates are very affordable for our clients, and in maintaining high moral and ethical standards provide a good living wage for all our sitters. The hourly rate for sitters starts at $10 per hour depending on the number of children under the supervision of the sitter.
Happy Helpers also provides sitters in various hotels in the Houston metropolitan area. Should you have a need for a temporary sitter in the Houston, do not hesitate to contact us at 713-530-6785. Also you can visit our website at http://www.happyhelpersagency.com for more information.
We would happily assist you with your child care needs. Remember our motto is: “Our job is to make your life easier”.
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Happy Helpers is a Houston based Nanny and Sitter referral agency that provides highly screened, capable and fun child care professionals to care for children in the comfort of their own homes. The sitters are CPR trained and very reliable.
Page Updated Last on: Feb 15, 2010