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The quality of candidates they referred to us was somewhat mediocre, although this could be due to the general quality of the available pool of nannies here. Eventually we hired a candidate they sent who had just moved to Arizona and had previously nannied in another state. She had a glowing telephone reference from her previous employer and made a good first impression. Shortly after she started the job, there were some incidents which caused us to feel concerned about her honesty. When we asked to see the background check reports, the agency stalled, then sent us one report for Arizona (where the
had never worked) and a social security number check which revealed that the
had lived in several different states and at many different addresses in the last seven years. When we asked to see background checks for all states of residence in the last seven years, and especially for the one state where she had worked as a
, the agency owner first told us that "we had done everything we are obligated to do," and then called the
to tell her that she did not have a job with us any longer. Naturally after this incident we did not feel that we could work with this agency to replace the
. We had to pay another placement fee to another agency, with whom we had entirely satisfactory and professional interactions, and who found us a great
who is still working with us now.

was a lovely, hardworking young woman. She was truly sweet. My intuition tells me that she wasn't so experienced with infants as she might have been with other age children but she kept her cool as my daughter proceeded to vomit up her breakfast and off to work I went. My housekeeper reported that she gave my daughter a bath which was odd since I told her only do so if she had some major blowout or something. But that may have been a miscommunication on my end. And my husband was home the entire time, working, and didn't report any issues. Our
also cooked dinner for my husband and I which went well beyond our expectations and the meal was scrumptious - what a treat!
We haven't had a need to use this service since but it remains in my contact list and will continue to be our go-to place when we need emergency care. I think the $30
fee is high to use on a regular basis, for dinners out and whatnot, but when both parents are working and neither can stay at home with a sick child, $30 is WELL worth it.

- Allison J.

Phoenix Day Care Providers

Phoenix, AZ

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All Day Care Providers in Phoenix, AZ

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A Caring Nanny

4221 N Winfield Scott Plaza
Scottsdale, AZ

A Perfect Fit

3737 E. Cholla St
Phoenix, AZ


16420 N 92nd St
Scottsdale, AZ

Access professionals

21419 W Brittle Bush Ln
Buckeye, AZ

Action Integrated Solutions LLC

P.O. Box 45538
Phoenix, AZ


15849 N 71ST ST
Scottsdale, AZ


Phoenix, AZ

Cactus Preschool

2121 E. Broadway
Tempe, AZ

Casa del Sol Preschool

726 E Taylor St
Tempe, AZ

Chandler Child Care

3700 W Ray Rd
Chandler, AZ


2550 E Rose Garden
Phoenix, AZ

4200 n miller
Phn, az


Fountain Hills, AZ

Discount Auto Insurance

2510 W Dunlap Ave
Phoenix, AZ

Discount Doc Prep

2684 E. Stottler Drive
Gilbert, AZ

Dottie and Diana House Cleaning

3021 W Irma Ln
Phoenix, AZ
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