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The average rate is $14/hr as of June 2023
The average experience for nearby night child care is 6 years
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Kyli has sat for me several times. My daughter is 14 and has cerebral palsy and is wheelchair bound but is cognitively sound. She loved Kyli to stay with her. My daughter would have a great time but was cared for extremely well. Kyli would fix her dinner and feed her. She had to do toileting,dressing her for bed and transferring her to her bed. She did it with ease and expertise. I also have a grand daughter 2 years old and a grand son 9 months. She watched all three of them with no problems at all. Whoever gets the opportunity to have Kyli work for them, their children will not only be well cared for but will have a great time and will have found a new friend….
– Marilynne C.
Brianna was educated, kind, punctual and honest. She texted me whenever she had a question and took care of transportation, feeding and even when it turned out my child was sick that same night! Handling everything wonderful. Will be using her often.
– Geannette W.
Showed up on time was a great help to my 4 kids!
She handled all care while we were out of town for our children ages 3-13. Kids love her!
– Pamela S.
Night child care in Springfield, IL
My name is Kyli, I am 25 years old and have previously worked as a full time nanny for multiple families. I have lots of experience and would love to meet new families to babysit for on nights and weekends. If you are interested in meeting with me please contact me. Thank you!
Kyli can also help with: Travel, Carpooling
Kyli has sat for me several times. My daughter is 14 and has cerebral palsy and is wheelchair bound but is cognitively sound. She loved Kyli to stay with her. My daughter would have a great time but was caredfor extremely well. Kyli would fix her dinner and feed her. She had to do toileting, dressing her for bed and transferring her to her bed. She did it with ease and expertise. I also have a grand daughter 2 years old and a grand son 9 months. She watched all three of them with no problems at all. Whoever gets the opportunity to have Kyli work for them, their children will not only be well cared for but will have a great time and will have found a new friend….
Reviewed by Marilynne C.
$15-25/hr • 10 yrs exp
Part-time Caregiver And/or Tutor Available For Evenings And Weekends.
My name is Brianna and I have been babysitting for approximately 20 years. I have taken child development courses and am currently certified in basic life support and advanced cardiac life support. I am an ICU nurse and currently in graduate school for my MSN. I also have a bachelors in biology witha minor in Spanish and forensic science. I have tutored in math, spelling, science, and Spanish. I have also watched over pets, including dogs and cats. I have a lab-mix named Ducky, who is my baby! I am mostly available in the afternoon and evenings and the weekends. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out. :)…
Brianna was educated, kind, punctual and honest. She texted me whenever she had a question and took care of transportation, feeding and even when it turned out my child was sick that same night! Handlingeverything wonderful. Will be using her often. …
Reviewed by Geannette W.
I grew up in a house hold as the oldest of 10, I have baby sat for my many cousins and siblings since around the age of 12. I teach private vocal lessons in the evenings on Wednesdays and Fridays, for around 3 year. I have worked at a summer camp as a counselor. I also do pet care, I have a cat aswell as a dog and love animals just as much as kids! Activities I enjoy to do, arts and crafts. knitting, board games, music (playing instruments and singing), walks, swimming, nerf wars, and dance parties! I am not the type for tv watching, I love to go out to parks. Weekends are are best but after school works as well. I have helped many of my siblings with homework, so I can with your children if needed as well. My mom is a nurse and house cleans on the side, so I have many years of experience house cleaning ( which I enjoy!) as the Girl Scouts say ” leave it cleaner than you found it”. So if your looking for someone fun, reliable, and a true dependable email me!…
Showed up on time was a great help to my 4 kids!
She handled all care while we were out of town for our children ages 3-13. Kids love her!
Reviewed by Pamela S.
Hi, I’m Bella! I’m a 20-year-old college student and I have 6 years of experience babysitting, the last two of which I have done full-time work at different points. I love kids and am willing to help with things such as online schooling, giving rides to and from activities,morning/after-school/nighttime routines, along with any other additional tasks if asked of. I have the most experience with infants to elementary school children but would have no problem watching older children as well!…
I have 1 year of experience. I can help with Travel and Grocery Shopping I am pregnant so all the kids love me even more now I used to be a mentor and I just adore the little ones
Donatella can also help with: Light cleaning, Travel, Carpooling, Grocery shopping
I have 22 years of nursing experience including ICU. I love to care for people with medical problems that require extra special attention. I am also available to just help you go out for a date night knowing your loved ones are being well cared for.
Christine can also help with: Grocery shopping, Light cleaning, Carpooling
I am a Grad student for Occupational Therapy currently working 7:30-6 Monday-Thursday in my clinical rotation. I have experience with working with children through a previous job at a summer camp (ages kindergarten to 6th grade) and a nursery (6 months to kindergarten). I enjoy being around kids. Iam looking for one time or occasional babysitting for things such as date nights….
I am a math enthusiast and certified teaching with 6+ years teaching middle school mathematics in Illinois schools. I have over 10 years of tutoring experience and a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics. I have been working with children (teaching, tutoring, mentoring, babysitting) since I was 13! I amavailable for tutoring in the evenings and on weekends….
Hi there! I’m a 22-year-old with tons of experience with kids of all ages, babysitting, and nannying full time. I currently work through the week full time M-F, but am interested in date night sitting during weeknights after 5. I am also available some weekends when I am not watching for a familywho I do reoccurring sitting for when they work at the hospital. I also do light housekeeping, can help with homework, pets, etc. I’d love to help you out! :)…
$13-18/hr • 10 yrs exp
Babysitter With 10+ Years Experience & Elementary Degree
Hello, I’m Chelsea! I have 10+ years of experience working with kids as a babysitter/nanny, and I’m also an elementary teacher with CPS. I adore working with kids, and with summer here, I’d love to help local families with their childcare needs. I have my own transportation, and I am comfortabletransporting kiddos under my care as needed. I am also comfortable with pets. I have flexible availability from July 3rd until August 11th. Once I report back to school, I am available some nights and weekends. …
$30-30/hr • 8 yrs exp
Experienced Babysitter/nanny Looking For T Thru F And Occasional Weekends
Hi! I m Megan and I am 25 years old. I have 8 years of nanny experience and 12+ years babysitting total. I love multiples, and the younger the kids the better. I recently finished my college softball career and am looking to find family to nanny for full time! In my spare time I volunteer at thelocal children’s hospital as a pediatric tutor, and most week nights are spent coaching gymnastics. I have babysat for 30+ families locally and have loved every minute of it! Any questions? Feel free to message me! ***Available M-F 6a-6p*** weekend availability open if needed…
Hi my name is Ingrid, I am 26 years old and If ur looking for a babysitter/nanny, I am absolutely your girl! I have been surrounded by kids since I was young myself. I took care of my sister after school through the night time while my parents worked, I have been a nanny for a couple of differentfamilies as well as I have worked in a daycare. I have experience with kids from age newborn all the way through high school aged. I enjoy reading with the kids, writing skills, music, arts and crafts and simply just having fun! I am CPR certified and I have references upon request. I think I would be an excellent fit and addition to your family, and I hope to hear from you all soon!…
Ingrid can also help with: Carpooling, Light cleaning
Hello! My name is Lauren. I am a positive, fun & responsible 30-year-old looking for a family in need of a full time nanny! I have the ability to multitask, organize, and supervise while keeping things fun and safe. I enjoy using outdoor activities, music, crafts, and educational/age appropriatebooks and movies to keep kiddos entertained and engaged. I have reliable transportation with room for 2 car seats and 3 passengers in the back. I am willing to pick-up, drop off & run necessary errands. I have the ability to work a more flexible schedule, including occasional evenings/weekends. I hope I will be the perfect fit for your family and little one(s)!…
$15-50/hr • 10 yrs exp
Dedicated Caregiver With A Passion For Caring For Children.
Hello! My name is Tamara Wach and I am a lifelong resident of Springfield. I have 2 children, a son who is 26, and a daughter who is 32. As my son was growing up I worked in district 186 and the Chatham school district. I worked as a playground supervisor, cafeteria supervisor, and a bus monitor. Ialso helped teachers in various office duties. Later on I worked as an aide to special needs children at Chatham school district. The past 11 and a half years I have worked in daycare with several different age groups. I am currently working with infants and I love it. I think children can learn at any age so I feel it is important to read, communicate, and even sing with them on a regular basis. Since these are the most formative years I believe this time period is extremely beneficial in helping them grow and learn as much as possible. …
I am the oldest in my family and have experiences caring for children of all ages. I have worked at multiple daycares and currently work as a student employee at Cox Children’s Center. My experiences also include interning in a 7th grade English classroom, interning in a pediatric office, andtutoring students. I am CPR and first aide certified as well.
I am also a full-time student at the University of Illinois Springfield. I am a senior studying elementary education and psychology. I am also president of the sorority Sigma Sigma Sigma.
My hobbies include reading, watching movies, hanging out with friends, and traveling.
Due to my busy schedule with school and my part time job, I am looking for occasional jobs, like for date nights and anything else like that. Something flexible so I can continue to do what I love while also receiving my education! Availability opens during school breaks!…
Emily can also help with: Light cleaning, Travel, Carpooling
Looking for weekend jobs or if you need a night out! I’m available most saturdays and sundays from 9am-11 p. m. I am a full time nanny for a family, 8 a.m. to 4pm, M-F. I’ve been their nanny for almost a year! I have 3 years of experience babysitting/ nannying.
I’d describe my personality as open minded, sincere, and cheerful.
I started working with kids when I was in middle school, I volunteered on sundays as a youth group leader for kindergarten through 2nd graders. Then in high school I was a group leader for 3rd through 5th grade every sunday andwednesday night. After high school I worked a preschool summer camp with babies through toddlers.
In my spare time, I like to do photography. My favorite to create is portraits, I love to help people look and feel their best. I also love to sing and make music with family and friends.
One thing you should know about me is I am currently taking online college courses, so my hours are flexible….
From babysitting in high school, to taking care of nieces and nephews, and working at a daycare, I have 10-15 years of experience; 2 of those years were professional.
Comfortable with multiple children, babies, pets, light cleaning. I can also help with homework or light meal prep and cleaning up.
I love to be around children, and can keep them occupied if you even just need a little bit of extra help.
I’m currently available evenings and weekends!…
Hello I’m Makiya, I’m still in high school full time student from 8 a.m. to 3:17 p.m. I can babysit every weekday evening after 5 p.m. and all day Saturdays and I have 2 kids of my own also raised up babysitting children and I will have my own transportation . I’m very nice and gentle I can docrafts and I like to play out doors and indoors as well with children and also helping them with their home work and chores . You can call me Kiya but my name is Makiya I’m am 18 years old and I love working with children….
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FAQs for night child care near me in Springfield, IL
How much does night child care cost near me in Springfield, IL?
If you need to find child care at night near you in Springfield, IL, the average hourly pay rate for that type of caregiver on Care. com is $14.89. It’s worth noting that how much you’ll actually spend will depend on factors like how many children you have and how many years of experience the caregiver has. You can also expect to spend more on an overnight caregiver compared to having a caregiver just come to your home for a few hours in the evening.
Is hiring in late night child care near me safe in Springfield, IL?
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What type of night child care services can I find near me in Springfield, IL?
You can review 19 profiles of night caregivers near you in Springfield, IL to find the care you need for your family. You can also host interviews with different caregivers to see who can help with additional responsibilities like after school transportation, cooking, and light housework—all of which can come in handy if you’ll be away for a day and night.
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Child Care | Mammoth Mountain
Child Care FAQ
What Are Drop-Off and Pick-Up Times?
Full-Day Child Care is from 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM, while morning Half-Day Care runs from 8:00AM until 12:00PM. Children enrolled in the Ski or Snowboard Lesson combo will arrive at the Child Care Facility after their lesson ends at 12:00 PM, and must be picked up from The Village by 4:00 PM.
Will my child be required to wear a mask?
In accordance with current Mono County Guidelines, masks are no longer required for children or staff. If you would like your child to wear one, please provide them with one. Please note that regulations may change at any time with little notice. Refer to COVID-related resources from Mammoth Mountain and Mono County for the most current regulations.
Can my children of different ages be in the same room together?
Siblings may be in the same room together as long as both are either under or over the age of 2 years. If one child is under the age of two, and the other is over age 2, we do allow the older sibling to visit the younger sibling for short periods of time as long as it is in the infant room.
Do you welcome children with special needs?
We warmly welcome children with special needs or disabilities as long as we can safely and effectively meet the needs of the child.
What if my child requires special medications?
Medication may be administered to your child upon written parental instruction.
Do you accept walk-ins?
Space is limited and reservations are strongly recommended, however, walk-ins may be accepted on a space-available basis. Please call 760.934.0632 to inquire about same-day child care.
What happens to my child in the event of an emergency?
If a child has a medical or dental emergency, he/she will be transported to Mammoth Hospital. Every attempt will be made to contact the parent immediately.
Can other people sign my child in/out of child care?
Yes, as long as the person authorized for pick-up is specified in writing by the parent when filling out the Mammoth Child Care enrollment form.
How are misbehaved children disciplined?
Positive redirection (or “cool down” as a last resort) is the only form of discipline used at Mammoth Child Care. Any form of discipline or punishment which violates your child’s personal space is prohibited.
What do you serve for snacks and lunch?
Typical snack foods include graham crackers, fresh fruit, cheese and crackers, cereal with milk, apple sauce, and yogurt.
Sample Lunch Menu
Mondays, Thursdays & Saturdays: Chicken nuggets, French fries, vegetables, fresh fruit, and milk
Tuesdays & Fridays: Cheese pizza, vegetables, fresh fruit, and milk
Wednesdays & Sundays: Macaroni and cheese, vegetables, fresh fruit, and milk
If your children have any dietary restrictions that will not allow your child to be served what is listed above, please pack a lunch and snack for them.
INFANT & TODDLER FAQ
What to Pack
Lunch, snacks, bottles (ready to feed is preferred – pre-mixed formula and frozen breast milk is fine), pre-filled sippy cup, diapers, wipes, spare set of clothing and any comfort items such as a pacifier, special blanket or toy. Lunch and snacks are provided free of charge for babies who can eat the same items that are on the menu for the older kids that day (chicken nuggets, pizza, macaroni and cheese, veggies and fruit).
NOTE: Please label all of your child’s belongings, such as bottles, food containers, cups, and pacifiers. Pre-labeling will expedite the check-in process and get you on the slopes quicker.
Please allow for a few minutes in the morning to communicate to the staff typical routines, special needs, likes and dislikes your baby may have.
Typically, we do not take this age group outside due to the cold winter temperatures. On a warm spring day, we may take the toddlers on a walk or in a stroller.
Visiting or “Checking In” on Your Baby
Unless you are nursing, we recommend parents call versus visiting. Often times babies do not understand that you are “just visiting.” If your baby had a difficult time settling in during morning drop off, a mid-day visit then another good bye may upset your child all over again. Alternatively, we recommend you calling as often as you like, or leave your cell phone number for our staff to contact you based on the criteria you set forth.
Infant/toddler care may not be available every day. Our infant care spaces are very limited and sell out quickly.
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We fight against toxicosis – articles from the specialists of the clinic “Mother and Child ”
Alexandrova Anna Evgenievna
Clinic “Mother and Child” South-West
Very often in the first trimester, the expectant mother feels weak, drowsy, she wants to lie down to rest, and sometimes she simply does not even have the strength to move. This, of course, is not toxicosis, but if such sensations arise, then they must be indulged so as not to inadvertently provoke another attack of nausea. Get plenty of rest and do not make any sudden movements, because even if you just fail to get up from a chair, you can provoke an attack of nausea.
Sleep with the windows open: the air in the bedroom should be fresh and cool. Go to bed on time, do not sit at midnight in front of the TV or at the computer, eliminate all irritating factors: an uncomfortable mattress, blanket, pillow, hard bedding – lack of sleep can respond with morning sickness.
Eat fractionally, 5-6 times a day, or even more often, and always in small portions. When you wake up, don’t get out of bed right away. One of the most effective methods against toxicosis is breakfast in bed. In the evening, put crackers, yogurt, or any product that you can tolerate well next to your bed. Eat it before you get up, and then lie down for a while. Most likely, morning sickness will either not appear at all, or will be very weak.
Usually, in case of toxicosis, it is not recommended to eat fatty, smoked, salty, pickled, drink soda (the usual set of food hazards). But it is likely that some not very healthy product will now be well tolerated, and something from healthy food, on the contrary, will cause nausea. “Pregnant whims” – a cake with herring or pineapples at night – these are the requests of the body that it needs one or another component in food. For example, the desire to chew chalk is a sign of calcium deficiency. So eat what you like and what you want, within reason, of course. And if you don’t feel like something, even if this product is extremely useful and necessary, don’t eat it. If you feel sick from some dish, it means that the body signals you: I don’t need this now!
drink more often
Toxicosis may not be limited to nausea, some may also vomit. This means fluid is lost. Therefore, between meals, drink more often: a sip or two of mineral water or tea with lemon will help to cope with nausea and replenish lost fluids. But drink in small sips. Also, you should not drink food and you should give up soups for a while – a large amount of food drunk and eaten, on the contrary, only provokes nausea and vomiting.
breathe fresh air
Outdoor walks are good for everyone, but especially for toxicosis. Firstly, when walking, the blood of the expectant mother and baby is saturated with oxygen, which is very important for health, and secondly, walking calms the nervous system. Together, this helps to reduce the unpleasant symptoms of toxicosis. You need to walk at least two hours a day – but not just along the street, but in the place where the air is really fresh: in the forest, park, square, and best of all outside the city. Before you go out, think over the route: go away from gas-polluted highways, street cafes, food stalls and other “fragrant” places.
Taste and smell preferences change during the first trimester. Now even your favorite perfumes can cause nausea, headaches and allergic reactions. Therefore, put away all fragrant cosmetics that irritate you: perfumes, deodorants, creams, and so on. You will have to stop using your favorite perfume for both your husband and loved ones. Explain to others that this is not a whim, but a temporary measure, very soon everything will return to normal.
And do not worry that now you will be left without your usual beauty products. Both the cosmetic store and the pharmacy are full of different creams, tonics, shampoos without fragrance or with a minimal smell.
work with yourself
Psychologists believe that the cause of toxicosis is not only in hormonal changes, but also in the psychological state of a woman. The more a woman experiences, the more anxieties and fears she has, the more pronounced toxicosis can be. Ideally, it is better to limit yourself during pregnancy from any stress. Of course, it’s not always possible to eliminate nervous work or crowding in public transport, but watch less TV, don’t read negative news and various pregnant “horror stories” on the Internet, and don’t react to minor or even major everyday troubles everyone can do. Therefore, if you are worried about toxicosis, create your own comfortable world during pregnancy. If you can’t cope on your own, contact a specialist (psychologist). Toxicosis is really well treated with psychotherapy. The main thing is that the expectant mother should want to get rid of her own anxiety.
No matter how unpleasant toxicosis is, it does not last forever. It is necessary to suffer until the beginning or (less often) the middle of the II trimester. And very soon all the unpleasant symptoms of toxicosis will remain in the past!
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