What is the legal age for babysitting in Ohio?

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There is actually no legal babysitting age in the state of Ohio. A child however cannot be left alone under the age of seven.
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I have looked all over the legal system in Ohio for this answer, and there is no law regulating an age limit, only that the child's mentality, and responsibility should be acceptable
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There is no legal age to be left at home for babysitting. Every kid matures differently and at different ages. Some kids stay at home when they are only 13 to babysit.
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At the age of 11 a person can babysit a younger child (at the parents
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There is not a law governing the age of babysitters. Generally, babysitters are chosen by families according to age, maturity and ability to handle emergencies. It is a matter of
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