Nanny Care - A nanny is someone who is fully invested in a child's development and well-being. Generally, a nanny will care for children full-time while both parents work. It's a nanny's responsibility to create daily schedules and engage in activities to ensure healthy mental, physical and emotional growth in the children they care for. Most nannies will be tasked with preparing meals, helping with household work (dishes, laundry, etc.), driving the children to and from activities and assisting with homework.
Many nannies have their own place of residence (and are called live-out nannies), but there are some nannies who live with the family (called live-in nannies).
Typically, nannies have more responsibilities and duties than a babysitter does. In addition to basic safety classes, they may have had advanced child care training or many years of nanny experience.
Nannies often become part of the family, bonding with the children in a different way than parents do. Sure, nothing can replace Mom or Dad, but children will bond with that special someone who sings with them at music class, teaches them to use the potty and drives them to and from soccer practice. Some families consider their nannies co-parents or partners in parenting, getting info from their nannies on their child's development and interests or asking their nannies to help their kids cope with losses and stress.
"Home Nursing care" mean any type of care - skilled or otherwise - given to a person in their own home. Home Nursing Care aims to make it possible for people to remain at home rather than use residential, long-term, or institutional-based nursing care. Home health care providers deliver services in the client's own home. These services may include some combination of professional health care services and life assistance services. Professional home health services may include medical or psychological assessment, wound care, medication teaching, pain management, disease education and management, physical therapy, speech therapy, or occupational therapy. Home care services include help with daily tasks such as meal preparation, medication reminders, laundry, light housekeeping, errands, shopping, transportation, and companionship. Home care is often an integral component of the post-hospitalization recovery process, especially during the initial weeks after discharge when the patient still requires some level of regular physical assistance.
Instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) refers to daily tasks, including light housework, preparing meals, taking medications, shopping for groceries or clothes, using the telephone, and managing money, that enables the patient to live independently in the community
The Child Welfare Council has started a Home Nursing Care and Nanny Care Training Course. The duration of the course will be 4 months. The course will be registered with the Rehabilitation Council of India/Statutory Body under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.
For addmission and other details please contact ;
Phase IV, Mohali
Child Welfare Council, Punjab,
3rd Floor, Karuna Sadan,
Sector 11-B, Chandigarh.
Ph: no. 0172-2748131, 2744553