Nannies - how to find one in Stuttgart Area
....they are not common in Germany.
The German System
First of all, it is not common to have nannies (Kinderfrau) in Germany.
This is mostly due to the very accommodating laws in Germany.
You can take up to 3 years parental leave from your job.
You are entitled to parental allowance for 12 (+2) months.
Well there is more but this will be too much to explain here in detail - if you need help, please contact us.
How to find a Nanny
1. Online platforms, where you need to check the references yourself - such as
2. Tagesmütter (day-care mums)
Here you can either ask for your own nanny or alternatively a Tagesmutter, who provides in-home child care for a number of children (this means in her household often with her own children).
Each Tagesmutter is checked and qualified.
You need to get in touch with the organisation and meet them in person as they are checking not only the Tagesmutter, but also your background and needs. So this is a very safe way to get a reliable nanny/Tagesmutter.
Tagesmütter Börse Stuttgart (from Caritas)
She speaks great English and will help to refer you to the person in charge:
+49 711 21069-15 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel. (0711) 410794-0 oder email@example.com
Here you can find the persons on charge for your area:
Here is some information about them in English:
English Link to Little Bird
3. Facebook Groups
Plus you can always check the Mom Groups on Facebook and ask for Nanny recommendations.
for example: Stuttgart Moms Support, Stuttgart kids and families (stuttgart kinder relief)
4. Kindergarten and Nurseries in the Area of Stuttgart and how it works on our the Partnerpage Kiramiga
April 2020 - Kira Neumann
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