Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) July 01, 2013
Know Your Nanny today released a free resource, “Nanny Cam Guide: How to Protect Your Children with Nanny Cams,” which gives parents a reference on how to secure a home and monitor nannies and babysitters to help prevent any mistreatment or abuse.
“It can be a very stressful situation for parents to leave a child with someone they barely know other than some references and interviews,” says Michael Giordano, owner of Know Your Nanny. “With this guide, we arm parents with the necessary steps on how they can securely view what’s going on in the house without anyone ever knowing.”
Security cameras and systems have dropped in price over time and consumers don’t have to have a degree from MIT to set up and operate these cameras, Giordano says. They integrate with a home network and can produce high quality video streams (recordable options are available as well).
Download the free guide here:
The guide includes:
Here are some highlights from the nanny cam guide:
Nannies Who Lie
One parent caught her nanny in a boldface lie. The nanny was texting and didn’t play or interact with the child. In fact, the nanny tried putting the child to bed ahead of her bedtime and when confronted, lied about what she did.
Nanny Cam Suggestions
There are many different types of nanny cameras, including nanny cams that sync with a home Wi-Fi network with a router. It can be hooked up with as many cameras as the owner prefers. Wi-Fi also allows for real-time viewing. Parents can choose from recordable cameras that record to a digital media card or hard drive for playback on a PC. Look for video-only or audio and video options.
ABOUT KNOW YOUR NANNY
Founded in 1996, Know Your Nanny is part of Nanny Watch Services, Inc. and Marquis Security Cameras. We provide Wi-Fi, night vision, self recording, battery operated and other nanny cams as well as cameras for warehouse, office and outdoor surveillance. Know Your Nanny has been featured on several popular shows, including the View, FOX NEWS, and The CBS Morning Show.
Contact Know Your Nanny at 866-364-0967 or http://www.knowyournanny.com