April 18, 2017

In 1989, Claudia Riedt saw a post card on a pin board in her high school in Heilbronn, Germany, offering the chance to be an au pair in the United States. [...] Read More »

April 12, 2017

At just 24 years old, Jennifer (Jenny) Reisdorf of Koblenz, Germany, has already interned at a kindergarten, worked as a teacher, run her own Girl Scout troop, managed a children’s camp at a zoo, lived in Australia for a year as an au pair, and volunteered with kids in a homeless shelter in Namibia. Today, she is living and working with a PROaupair host family in the U.S. as part of the U.S. Department of State’s J1 au pair program. [...] Read More »

April 07, 2017

You’ve made the decision to hire an au pair – great news! But how do you fine the right au pair? PROaupair has years of experience matching host families with professional au pairs – and we’ve got some inside tips to help you find the perfect au pair for your family. [...] Read More »

April 04, 2017

For families with children with autism, simple pleasures – like taking your child to the movie theater – can be a daunting experience. Thankfully, a unique partnership between the Autism Society of American and AMC Theatres means families with children with special needs can attend a film screening without undue worry about how their child will respond. [...] Read More »

March 30, 2017

Next month is Autism Awareness Month – an opportunity to promote autism awareness and autism acceptance. Events and observations will be taking place throughout the month – locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. Find out how you can get involved! [...] Read More »