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Stanford Park Nannies

Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)

interNational Nanny Training Day 2019

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SPN National Nanny Training Day Apr 11, 2019 $35.00 $3.77

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National Nanny Training Day is an annual event held to recognize the needs of young children and to raise awareness of the positive correlation between nanny training and quality care. This national initiative is part of Week of the Young Child, an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.  

On Saturday, April 13th nannies from all over the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia will gather in their local communities at training events designed to meet their unique needs.

 

Goals of National Nanny Training Day:

- Promote awareness of the importance of nanny training
- Offer an inclusive, educational event for ALL nannies (This event is open to all nannies in our community, no need to be registered with SPN!)
- Raise the overall quality of nanny care
- Encourage the growth of the NNTD movement by supporting each other’s efforts
 

Check in will start at 9:00 am and the event will begin at 9:30 am.


 

Topics:

"Encouraging Responsibility: Being on Time, Chores, and Homework"

with Susan Stone Belton

Get practical advice on how to teach responsibility by having effective collaborative problem-solving discussions with your charges. They will be excited, feel more "grown-up", and be more cooperative when you use this approach to discuss leaving on time in the morning, chores, or homework.

 

"Pediatric Myth Busters"

with Dr. Shelly Miller

As a pediatrician with over a decade of experience and a fellowship in pediatric infectious disease, Dr. Miller is a local expert in children’s health. She will dispel myths around the fevers, dehydration, vomiting, sore throats, and injuries.

 

“The Nanny’s Role in Advocating for Children”

with Robin Jurs

It isn’t always easy to do what is best for the children we are caring for when we don’t feel aligned with the parent's wishes. In this session, we will explore ways to walk that fine line between advocating for the best interests of the children and respecting the desires of their parents. Robin will show us that we are all educators, and that by using the right language, we can educate the parents as well as benefit the children in our care.

 

Round Tables:

- “Temporary Nanny, Long-Term Impression” (with Sarah Kopf, Staffing Director) 

- "Nanny Charm School" (with Katelyn Smith, Recruiter)

- “Land the Job through Effective Interviewing” (with Maggie Berkshire, Owner)

- “Nanny 2.0: How to Increase your Skill Set & Advance your Career” (with Daryl Camarillo, Owner)

 


 
Main Presenters:
 
Susan Stone Belton
 
A family coach, motivational speaker, and certified special education teacher, Susan specializes in effective parent-child communication, behavior management, and helping families navigate through divorce, remarriage, and step-parenting. Over the years, she has taught behaviorally challenged teens, operated home-based preschools, and managed crisis hotlines for parents and teens. Susan has presented dozens of parenting workshops at Parents Place, including "Tantrum Taming for Toddlers and Twos", "Connecting with Your Child Every Day", and "Setting Limits- Raising Responsible Children through Choices and Consequences." Susan is the author of Real Parents, Real Kids, Real Talk, and received her bachelor's degree in education from Illinois State University.
 
 
 
Dr. Shelly Miller, Burgess Pediatrics

Shelly started out as an anthropologist and worked in archeology for a few years before moving into public health. She completed a master’s in public health at UCLA, focusing on international health, maternal and child health. Shelly attended medical school in Colorado and spent her senior year working in Zimbabwe and Malawi before returning for her pediatrics residency at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in Oakland. A love of learning led her to also complete a fellowship in pediatric infectious disease.

Shelly’s career includes working over a decade in a private clinic in San Francisco and Marin, practicing both primary care pediatrics and infectious disease consulting. Before starting at Burgess Pediatrics, she worked at Stanford Children’s Health in the East Bay.

 

Robin Jurs, Early Childhood Educator
 

Robin Jurs has been an early childhood educator for over 35 years! She received a Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education, following her Bachelor's Degree in French. She most recently served as the director of Early Childhood Programs at Ventana School in Los Altos, a Reggio-inspired school.
 
Her accomplishments include founding The Duck Pond (an infant-toddler/preschool program in Berkeley), teaching in classrooms, and serving as the director of Curriculum and Professional Development. Additionally, Robin has served as president of the New England regional affiliate of NAEYC. As a mother of two grown children, she has been a long-time advocate for children and their families. Children are an inspiration to Robin, and she is a magnet to them! She has presented at our NNTD event before and she is back by popular demand!
 
 
 
Daryl Camarillo, SPN Owner
 
Daryl opened her first nanny agency, Huntington Nannies, in Pasadena, California in 1990. After successfully serving Southern California, she and her family returned home to the Bay Area. Daryl and business partner Maggie Berkshire founded Stanford Park Nannies in 1997. In an effort to establish industry standards, Daryl became a founding member of the Assocation of Premier Nanny Agencies in 1993. She served on the APNA board of directors from 2005 to 2013, including her position as president from 2010 to 2012. 
 
 
 
Maggie Berkshire, SPN Owner
 
After several years as a nanny herself, Maggie started her tenure in nanny placement at Huntington Nannies in 1994. She later became a co-owner of Stanford Park Nannies with Daryl in 1997. She now works with families and nannies in both long-term and temporary placements.

 
 
 
 
Sarah Kopf, Staffing Director
 
Sarah joined Stanford Park Nannies in 2011 after having been a preschool teacher for two years. As our Staffing Director, she partners with Maggie in temporary placements, researches candidate files, assists with all of the behind-the-scenes processes of placing a nanny, and handles IT-related issues.
 
 
 
 
 
Katelyn Smith, Recruiter
 
Before joining our team in 2018, Katelyn was a nanny for several local families, oversaw licensed childcare centers as a program director, and was a residential care provider. From these experiences she gained an important and comprehensive insight into our industry, allowing her to provide astute advice to nannies and excel at her position as our recruiter.

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F.A.Q.:

This event is open to all nannies in the community. You do not need to be registered with Stanford Park Nannies to attend.

Dress:  National Nanny Training Day is a casual event, so please dress for comfort. Jeans, t-shirts, and tennis shoes are fine. While we will do our best to accommodate everyone's comfort, please consider bringing a sweater in case you get cold.

What is Provided:  You will be receiving a folder with a certificate of completion, handouts, a notepad, and a pen. We will also be providing you with options for lunch.

Photos:  We will be taking (many!) photos during this event.  Your registration is acknowledgement and permission for us to use photos which may include you on our website, newsletters, Facebook page, etc.  We will do our best to get your good side. ;-)


A special thank you to this year's national coordinator, 

Sue Downey of Nannypalooza


 
 
and the national sponsor,
 
HomeWork Solutions
 
 
 
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Parent's Place
200 Channing Avenue
Palo Alto, CA 94301

Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)


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Stanford Park Nannies is the Bay Area’s most-trusted full-service nanny agency. We cater to families who demand the highest level of childcare and professional nannies who want the best family experience. Our goal is simple: using compassion and honesty to bring together families and nannies in an ideal match. We’ve earned our reputation as leaders in the industry through more than 25 years in the nanny agency business, combining the strictest nanny qualification process with hands-on client attention and expert service.  For more information, please visit www.spnannies.com.


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