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Welcome Your Bundle of Joy with Baby Apps for New Parents
Helpr provides in-home personal childcare with a vetted professional in as little as 3 hours or up to 3 months in advance. Register in just a few moments using the Helpr app or call Support for assistance. The team is excited to connect and learn about your family!
Example use cases: gap care, school/daycare closures and holidays, mild sick days, health appointments, late or early working hours, & wellness needs such as “me-time,” exercise, date-nights, and self care.
Upon registering, you’ll be able to add local sitters to your “Favorites” list so that you can send a specific request, but rest assured that you’re covered to schedule a helpr to arrive with as little as 3 hours notice during Helpr’s office hours.
We are creating the gold standard of in-home childcare.
It works like this:
1. Tell us about your family.
2. Book the times and dates you need.
3. A trusted childcare provider will be matched to you. Review her profile and video. If it’s a match, then great! Remember, everyone meets our high standard for care.
4. Sitter arrives to your home, hotel, or office to meet the family!
5. All payments are accepted by credit on the app. Tip is already included.
Helpr babysitters go through the following high-touch screening process:
+ Online application
+ In-person interview
+ ID verification
+ Criminal background check
+ CPR certification
+ Professional childcare reference calls
+ Social media review
Who are we?
Our founders, Kasey Edwards and Rebecca Klauber Richter, have placed over 100,000 hours of babysitting on-demand.
Read more about our founders:
LA Magazine’s LA Woman column
Babysitters are currently available in:
Los Angeles, California
Santa Barbara, California
Orange County, California
San Francisco, California
San Diego, CA
New York, New York
Reach us anytime by phone or email:
Weekdays 4am-8pm PST
Saturday 8am-8pm PST
Sunday 11am-8pm PST
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