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A nanny is a person other than a parent whose job is to provide regular care of your child or children inside your home. A family may prefer to hire a nanny instead of placing their child in a daycare or after-school program. A nanny may or may not live in your home. It is important to find a qualified nanny who will provide love, support, and companionship for your child. Different organizations are available to help locate nannies that best fit your needs. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about nannies, from where to find one to what it may cost, and much more.

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