De nieuwe standaard voor culturele uitwisseling tussen
Nederland en de Filippijnen


Responsibilities of host family to the au pair

  • welcoming you as a full family member and encouraging you to take part in family activities
  • providing you with a room in their house for your privacy
  • making sure you are helping them no more than 30 hours per week
  • give you at least 2 days off per week
  • help you with integrating in the Dutch culture and their environment
  • provide you pocket money and health insurance

Responsibilities of the Au Pair to the host family

  • trying to integrate into the families live, being a part of the host family
  • participate in daily activities such as cleaning the table after dinner and doing dishes together with your host family. Be aware that you are not staying in a hotel, but participating in daily family life
  • being flexible
  • being able to handle critics
  • being prepared for a stay in Holland! Read a lot of information about Holland and it’s culture/climate/way of life before coming to Holland
  • being aware of the fact that children are treated differently in Holland as in your own country, and you have to stick to the families rules.