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Loving Hands Nanny Service

Parents first choice for Nanny service

Loving Hands Nanny Service is dedicated to providing the best child care professional to meet your family needs.

☎ 213-255-0866

My Story

I am Sharie Reneau, the founder of loving Hands Nanny Service. As a mother who works full-time, I understand the challenges parents face when seeking the perfect childcare provider. I know they seek an easier way to manage this overwhelming process.

I launched Loving Hands Nanny Service in Hawthorne to provide affordable childcare services in California. My goal is to help parents care for their children in a warm and safe environment.

Before establishing my business, I worked as a nanny of many kids. I grew very fond of my work and the tasks involved in it. This encouraged me to share my passion for caring. Not only that, my company also assists individuals in securing a job in this industry.

A Little More About My Company

Loving Hands Nanny Service believes in the highest possible standards when selecting nannies for our families. I can assure you that all candidates have passed the rigorous screening process and have met or exceeded minimum requirements.

LHNS only offers the best and qualified nannies. As someone who has provided childcare for many years, I know what it takes to be an outstanding childcare provider.

Mission Statement

Our goal is to provide you with qualified, loving, and trustworthy nannies who adapt to your family and family’s routine perfectly. We will help your child learn and develop while keeping them safe and healthy.

Not only do we conduct one of the most rigorous screen processes, we interview every candidate and contact all references. Our reputation and success are built upon trust and dependability. We promise to solve your family childcare needs.

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