What is the difference between nanny and au pair? and how to hire au pair from India

What is an au pair?
An au pair is a young person between the ages of 18 and 30*, who is unmarried and does not have any children. He or she wishes to go abroad to live with a host family for a defined period of time and within the context of a cultural exchange. Au pairs thus have the opportunity to improve their language skills by living with the host family, to get to know a new culture and to gain some valuable experience abroad. In exchange, the au pair helps the host family with childcare and light housework.

Nannies differ slightly from others child care providers. A childminder works out of her own home, operating as a small business; depending on the country they live in, government registration may or may not be required. A mother's helper, who may live in or out, assists the woman of the house with general chores as well as caring for the children. 

An au pair must meet specific criteria to participate in a government-sponsored Au Pair Program.
Many families and au pairs participate in government authorized au pair exchange programs where there are defined rules and requirements

Nannies may be older and more mature than some au pairs, with several years of live-in childcare experience. Nannies are not necessarily seeking a cultural exchange, rather, it is the long-term career-building experience in child care they are seeking.

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