SitterSource.org is a place for sitters to find advice, make friends, share experiences and become better babysitters
Online PR News – 17-November-2010 – – SitterSource.org, a social network community, just launched as a place for sitters to get advice, make friends and become better child care providers. The community is free to join yet provides valuable insight for babysitters into what they can do to add value to their services.
SitterSource.org provides articles, crafts and games, and most importantly a network of other sitters ready to share their knowledge and expertise. Sitters new to providing child care can find valuable tips and answers to their child care questions. Seasoned pros can share their experiences and provide much needed advice. In either case, sitters get the benefit of networking, forming friendships and sharing their experiences—both those that are trying and those that make being a child care provider a rewarding experience.
Founder Sheryll Pang started the social network forum to provide a place for sitters to educate one another and to benefit babysitters in training. Pang believes that the more a sitter is informed, the more capable they are at keeping the children they care for safe.
“Being a sitter or child care provider provides so many unique challenges that often only other sitters can appreciate or understand. SitterSource.org is a great place for sitters to meet, exchange ideas or experiences, and find answers to common questions,” Pang said.
SitterSource.org allows sitters to find answers to child care challenges, and learn new and fun ways to keep the children they care for entertained. Babysitters in training can gain insight into the responsibilities of being a provider and locate babysitting jobs.
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SitterSource.org was founded by Sheryll Pang to provide a free social network for sitters to meet online, exchange ideas and learn from each other. SitterSource.org provides how-to articles, arts and crafts ideas, and tips and tricks for becoming better babysitters and child care providers.