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Designed For The Evolving Workforce

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SitterStream is a virtual, on-demand babysitting, tutoring, and wellness company


2020 opened up new opportunities for many employees to work hybrid and remote, but it also highlighted new ways employees need to be supported to make it viable. As we adjust to new schedules and the rebalance of work and life, SitterStream is here to support the needs of today’s workforce and help companies attract and retain the best talent.


Make the world’s  #1 on-demand childcare platform your newest employee benefit

We support your employees with:


On Demand
(within 60 minutes)
Virtual Babysitting, Education & Wellness

Reduces Stress
Improves productivity
Accommodates life's unexpected interruptions

How it works

  • Services available worldwide from 5am-11pm EST

  • Book anytime and with up to only 1 hour advance notice for sitters/tutors

  • All staff 100% verified, reference checked and 18+

  • No hassle searching for sitters/tutors, scheduling or negotiating payment

  • Babysitting, Tutoring, Coding, Art, Dance, Theatre, Voice, Pre-School, Cooking & more

  • For adults: Yoga, Meditation, Nutrition, Eldercare, Cooking, Parent coaching & more

  • Babysitting & Tutoring available in Spanish, French, Mandarin, Various Indian dialects, Japanese, Hebrew, American Sign Language, German & more

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Why Childcare?

I created SitterStream because, as a mom of four, I saw there was a gap in the childcare space. There were so many mini moments during the week when parents need an hour or two of help - cancelled sitters, sick days, snow days, late meetings, last-minute calls. There were no services that provided on-demand childcare in your home, right when you need it.  As the workplace has evolved, so have the needs of employees and working parents.”

Stephanie Africk,
Founder of SitterStream


Nationally, the cost of lost earnings, productivity, and revenue due to inadequate childcare resources 

Of working moms say that it is “very important” that their employers take a stand for mom-friendly public policy

Of surveyed employees believe that benefits for parents are disproportionately focused on parents of newborns, and not enough on parents of older children

Of working moms want access to back-up care benefits


57 Billion



“For employers looking to attract and retain women, offering child care and additional relevant support is key. Employers should look across their policies and practices and ask themselves if they are truly committed to enhancing the role of women in the workforce. Our economy depends on it."


“Childcare is not a family issue, it is a business issue.. It is up to businesses to think creatively about ways to build the childcare infrastructure we need to help working parents keep working for their families, and the economy as a whole.”

“Today, employers have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reimagine the future of work and participate in rebuilding our economy in a way that is inclusive, equitable, and values women’s labor.


We are much more than childcare

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