Danielle is a 25 year old registered Nurse in New Zealand and Australia. She has over 4 years of experience working with children. She has worked as a teacher assistant and one-on-one support providing additional help to children with special education needs. She uses her academic qualities and hands-on experience to achieve the highest standards for the children that she cares for, in both their home and academic lives. Demonstrated ability to successfully take on a range of roles and experiences
Other interests include outdoor activities, skiing, football and netball.
"Danielle worked for my employers as a full-time, live-in Nanny. She carried out the usual duties for and with the children (b6 g4) getting them ready for school, picking them up & taking them to after school activities, preparing nutritious meals etc.
Much of period of employment was during lockdown and during this time she lived as a very welcome addition to the family “bubble” she was a huge help in finding imaginative ways to keep the keep the children entertained and also assisting with the home-schooling process.
Danielle is a very kind and caring person, who was a pleasure to be around, she was honest and contentious, the children really were sad to see her go as were the whole family"
"Danielle is bright, reliable, and affectionate, bringing a warm kindness to the roll. No day was the same, but nothing fazed her. Danielle made sure every day was fun and educational with baking, treasure hunts, and exercise through swimming challenges and dog walks Geocaching. And all of this was completed whilst making sure chores were done and home schooling was completed.
Danielle also cared for the families 2 dogs and cooked for the family during this time, nothing was ever too much trouble and she got stuck in wherever help was needed. Danielle was a joy to work with and is greatly missed by all, especially the children who love her dearly.
I have no hesitation in recommending Danielle for any position she now seeks and would happily work alongside her again in a heartbeat."