Stephanie Felzenberg

Stephanie Felzenberg

Stephanie Felzenberg has been the executive editor of the nationwide nanny trade publication Be the Best Nanny Monthly Guide since 2001 and a nanny since 1993. After earning a Bachelor Degree in Psychology she worked with mentally handicapped children and adults. Stephanie volunteered as the International Nanny Association newsletter editor for more than four-years. Stephanie edited a nanny textbook to be published this year.

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Interviewing Household Employees

The objective of job interviews is to uncover what needs to be known about job applicants and potential employers. Nothing is gained when household employee candidates and families answer interview questions based on what they think the other wants to hear. If the relationship is to last and flourish, it is best to answer questions by being truthful.

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Children and Grief: What They Know, How They Feel, How to Help.

Early intervention during times of loss and grief helps keep children psychologically healthy and prevents the development of later emotional problems. Understanding the stages of grief can help caregivers provide quality care to children.

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Preventing Accidental Death. Mistakes Giving Medications to Children are Avoidable.

Eighty percent of deaths of children under five-years of age are avoidable. More then half of those deaths are caused by mistakes in the administration of medications given to benefit the child. An even greater number of children are injured or suffer serious side effects from inadvertent errors of common health aids found in most homes. This article informs all child care providers how to prevent tragedy when administering medication to children.

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