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Requirements to be a host family
- To provide a private bedroom for the aupair.
- To welcome the aupair into your home as a family member, not as a domestic servant.
- To speak Spanish as the family’s first language.
- To pay the aupair the agreed pocket money, monthly or weekly.
- To provide full board during the stay. If the family does not eat at home, the aupair will have to prepare her food.
- Aupairs are entitled to two consecutive days off per week, if possible at the weekend or by mutual agreement.
- As a host family, you share our commitment to ensuring your aupair’s Spanish Culture experience is as rewarding as possible.
- To inform the aupair of the house rules, daily routine. Inform her of the tasks to be performed and give her guidelines to follow regarding child discipline.
- To sign and abide by the coexistence commitment agreement between the family and the aupair.
- Pick up your aupair from the airport or station.
- If you have a problem with the aupair, and you can’t find a solution, you have to notify F&A and the aupair with a 2-week notice period.