Cultural Care Au Pair Reduces Au Pair Program Fee for Active Duty and Veteran Military Families

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Department of State regulated cultural exchange program recognizes service of military host families via/through $1000 discount

Cultural Care Au Pair, the largest au pair program in the U.S. today announced it is offering active duty and veteran military families who are new to the program a $1000 program fee discount.

Cultural Care Au Pair, the largest au pair program in the U.S. today announced it is offering active duty and veteran military families who are new to the program a $1000 program fee discount. This offer is made in recognition of the service and sacrifice made by these families.

For the hundreds of thousands of military families across America, the au pair program can provide a meaningful cultural exchange experience which includes a flexible, reliable childcare component for families with non-traditional work and deployment schedules. Parents can engage immediately to find an au pair and welcome them as a new member of the family, oftentimes much sooner than waiting for an available spot at a day care center or military Child Development Centers (CDCs).

"I am currently deployed overseas with the Air National Guard,” explains Siegfried Jucknies, host father from Atlanta, Georgia. “I have been more worried about this deployment than any of the others because our son has recently struggled with me being on the road, but our au pair Badea responded by patiently providing an unwavering foundation of love, understanding, and structure in our son’s everyday life, and he quickly turned the corner. From the moment she arrived, our au pair has maintained an ideal balance as a big sister, role model, and best friend to our children and a dear friend to my wife and me."

“To emphasize our support for both active and veteran members of the military, Cultural Care Au Pair is pleased to offer this significant discount to families who are new to our program and are serving or have served for our country,” says Dan Sodervall, President, Cultural Care Au Pair. “We understand the challenges of finding consistent, trustworthy care; our goal is to eliminate that challenge through our program while simultaneously focusing on creating meaningful cultural exchange opportunities and strong ties between citizens of this country and young people from around the world.”

To sign up for the program, visit http://www.culturalcare.com/usmilitary.

About Cultural Care Au Pair

Cultural Care Au Pair is the largest au pair program in the country, with over 25 years of experience empowering successful cultural exchanges with American host families and au pairs from more than 20 different countries. The program has helped to provide meaningful exchange experiences which include a flexible, reliable childcare component to more than 120,000 American families. A U.S. Department of State regulated program, Cultural Care Au Pair is headquartered in Cambridge, MA.

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