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Unfortunately, in many cases, nanny cams are used for the wrong reasons. A nanny camera shouldn’t be used to capture neglect or abuse, but rather to prevent it. Don’t purchase a nanny camera for the sole purpose of trying to outsmart your nanny. Many nannies do not mind the use of cameras as long as parents tell a potential care provider upfront that a nanny cam will be used so that they can feel comfortable and confident about their child’s care. It’s then up to the provider to accept or decline the position with a family who uses a nanny cam.
For some families, using a nanny cam can provide additional peace of mind that their children are safe while being cared for by a nanny or sitter. Sure, installing a nanny cam will bring you some peace of mind but it can also drive you crazy. You might be checking it non-stop instead of working or enjoying a date night.
No one is perfect (I know I’m not a perfect mother) and no babysitter is going to be perfect either. When installing a nanny cam, you might be ensuring that you never find a babysitter again because. Every nanny (even those that are related to you) puts on their best face when you are around. What you see is not always what you get. If you feel comfortable, you can tell your nanny that you have cameras in the house and you always keep them on.
If you do use a camera, some states only allow you to use video, but not audio without the permission of the person you are recording. While it’s one thing to buy a smart camera like a Nest Cam or Canary to monitor for things like burglary, there are considerations you need to take if you want to use your camera to watch over a nanny or caregiver in your home. To start, there are laws that may limit what you’re able to record. While installing a nanny cam is an effective way to make sure your child is safe, you should also consider the idea that your relationship with the nanny is essential. You are entirely justified in purchasing a device that keeps your child safe, and you have no firm obligation to tell the nanny that you have one.
As previously stated, it is not in your best interest to use a nanny cam or any other type of surveillance equipment. If you are tempted to do this, remember the consequences that could occur if you choose to install a video camera anyway. A great nanny cam should help put you at ease.
We did the research and found the best ones out there from top brands including Wyze, Zohulu, Blink and many more. Menu. If you are contemplating using a nanny cam because you are suspicious of a nanny who has been with you for a while, and you are concerned about what may or may not be happening, I strongly advise you to forget the cameras and either talk to your nanny directly to get answers or find a new nanny instead.
You should be able to have absolute faith in your child’s.
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