Description: Children's Continuous Care, Inc. (CCC) provides safe, high quality care for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old. Located near Route 441 and the Gananda Parkway, CCC provides care for over 75 families in the Penfield and Gananda areas. We provide both nurturing and responsive care in an age appropriate environment that allows for challenges as well as successes. Our early childhood surroundings provide developmental programs that are based upon a family-oriented environment. Happiness, friendships, curiosity, creativity, and self-esteem are fostered in all children.
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|Brief Description: A medical statement will be required when an event or condition reasonably calls into question a staff person or volunteer's ability to provide safe and suitable child care.|
|Brief Description: Each child day care center must operate in compliance with all emergency health guidance promulgated by the Department of Health in the interest of public health during a designated public health emergency. Provided that, during a designated public health emergency, any relevant emergency directives from the executive chamber or from the Department of Health shall supersede regulations of the Office in the case of any conflict.|
|Brief Description: Children cannot be left without competent supervision at any time. Competent supervision includes awareness of and responsibility for the ongoing activity of each child. It requires that all children be within a teacher's range of vision and that the teacher be near enough to respond when redirection or intervention strategies are needed. Competent supervision must take into account the child's age emotional, physical, and cognitive development.|
|Brief Description: The program must establish and follow a written plan for behavior management that is acceptable to the office. This plan must include how the staff will approach challenging behaviors, help children solve problems and encourage acceptable behaviors.|
|Brief Description: Corporal punishment is prohibited. For the purposes of this Subpart, the term corporal punishment means punishment inflicted directly on the body including, but not limited to, physical restraint, spanking, biting, shaking, slapping, twisting or squeezing; demanding excessive physical exercise, prolonged lack of movement or motion, or strenuous or bizarre postures; and compelling a child to eat or have in the child's mouth soap, foods, hot spices or irritants or the like.|
|Brief Description: Staff and volunteers must be in good physical and mental health and have the energy and emotional stability necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of their positions.|
|Brief Description: The staff must use acceptable techniques and approaches to help children solve problems.|
|Brief Description: Every applicant for the position of director, teacher, or volunteer with the potential for regular and substantial contact with children after this regulation becomes effective must complete the Office-approved training pre-service or within three months of starting such position, or by September 30, 2017, whichever is later. Any director or teacher who has not completed the training, but will be completing the training within the first three months of starting such position, must not be left unsupervised with children in care until such time as the training has been completed. The person supervising the individual must have completed the Office-approved training that complies with the federal minimum health and safety pre-service training requirements.|
|Brief Description: Staff members must be qualified by training and experience to carry out their respective functions in the administration, operation and maintenance of the child day care center.|
|Brief Description: Physical restraint is prohibited. Physical restraint is the act of using force to extremely limit a child's body movements for a lengthy period of time. It involves holding a child against his/her will and putting pressure on the child's chest and/or extremities in an effort to significantly restrict his/her movement, thereby making it extremely difficult for a child to move. It may also involve holding a child flat on the ground and restricting his/her body from movement.|
|Brief Description: daily attendance records, which must be filled out at the time a child arrives and departs, and must include arrival and departure times;|
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