A live-in nanny is a child care provider who lives in your home. This individual provides care for your child or children during an agreed-upon set of hours. The requirement for babysitting Monday-Saturday should be agreed prior to commencement of the role.

A live-in nanny is expected to undertake all nursery duties that relate to the children. They will provide care such as bathing, dressing and preparing nutritious meals. The live-in nanny will also wash, iron and organise the children’s clothes and belongings. She will ensure toys are clean and safe, and tidied away at the end of the day.

The benefits of having a live-in nanny include excellent one-to-one nanny care for your child(ren). You can enjoy the flexibility of going out in the evenings once babysitting duties are agreed.

The happiness of your home life should never be compromised; we take extra care in ensuring you find the best fit for your family with our large pool of well vetted house girls. 


A live-out nanny is a person who specializes in providing childcare for your family. Rather than living in your home as live-in nannies do, a live-out nanny comes to care for your child, mostly at your home, during set hours during the week.

The maximum working hours of live-out nanny is 12 hours. Just as the live-in the live out nanny is entitled to a day off.


The house/domestic manager is responsible for the smooth operation of the house. Many Kenyans have come to rely on their domestic manager as a key figure in running the household.

We recognize how hard it is for parents to be fully present at home to oversee that everything has been done by our domestic managers as expected of them.That’s why we carefully select a pool of domestic managers who are reliable and trusted.

Peace of mind makes you more productive and peace of mind is knowing a competent and caring person is watching over your home. We offer competent helps to handle your household needs.


Nanny-household managers are responsible for both childcare and household management. They start the day by preparing breakfast and preparing the children for school. Later in the day, they focus on household tasks such as laundry, grocery shopping, and running errands.


A paid helper who regularly looks after a child or a sick, elderly, or disabled person. Caregiver duties and responsibilities can include:

Assisting with personal care: bathing and grooming, dressing, toileting, and exercise.

Basic food preparation: preparing meals, shopping, housekeeping, laundry, and other errands.

A caregiver can work full-time or part-time.With an increasingly aging population in the society, the role of caregiver has been increasingly recognized as an important one, both functionally and economically.

For parents with special children, consider asking for a professional maid’s help to help you develop and equip your child.

@Sashley Nannies and Househelp Agency we are concerned about all children’s welfare, with or without disabilities. The agency believes that the key to the development of the child is understanding them first and helping them in their every step of growing up.

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