Description: My philosophy is simple. I feel children deserve a peaceful, fun, loving home to spend their toddler, preschool days. I offer that. My home daycare offers activities similar to that of their own homes if they were home all day with their own parents.
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|Regulation/Restriction: 188.8.131.52: The FCCP shall maintain a record of the date of each evacuation drill as required in the rules in section 3.6.2 of these regulations that includes the number of children, staff evacuated, time taken to evacuate, and notation of the drill conducted while children were sleeping or resting. Evacuation records shall be kept for two (2) years.|
|Regulation/Restriction: IV3: Prior to admission, the registrant shall assure the following are recorded in writing. The child's name and birthdate; The date of the child's admission; Acknowledgement that, if tobacco is used in the registered home but not in the presence of children the parent is aware of this usage; A permission statement signed by the parent authorizing the registrant to obtain emergency medical care for the child in the event of illness or accident; A permission statement signed by the parent authorizing their child to participate in swimming and or wading pool activities if offered; The preferred health care providers, including dentist if any, and phone number; A brief health history, including current special dietary requirements, allergies, current medications, and other identified needs, etc.; The child's parent or guardian's name, home and work site addresses and home and work site telephone numbers; A list of names of persons who are authorized to pick up the child; If transportation is to be provided, a signed form authorizing transportation along with a general description outlining the types of trips, frequency and general destination where the child might be taken; The name and telephone number of an emergency contact person, other than the parent or guardian; Evidence that the child has had all immunizations appropriate for the age or medical status of the child, or a statement that immunizations are medically contra-indicated or against the religious or moral beliefs of the parents; Acknowledgement that a general description of religious activities, if any, has been given to the parent; Acknowledgement of a discussion held between parent and Registrant explaining the typical daily schedule and activities, walking and car trips.|
|Regulation/Restriction: V7: There shall be basic first aid supplies which include, at a minimum: adhesive, bandages, sterile gauze dressings, latex gloves, rolls of gauze bandages, thermometer or fever strip, and tweezers. (Note: Syrup of ipecac is no longer required.) An easy reference first aid manual shall be available and accessible. This kit shall be replenished as supplies are used. The supplies shall be stored in a container which is clearly marked "First Aid" and is easily accessible to the caregiver and transportable.|
|Regulation/Restriction: V10: Children in care shall be protected from any and all conditions which threaten a child's health, safety and well-being. This includes protecting children from stoves, pools, poisons, window covering pull cords, asbestos, wells, known vicious animals, medications, dust or chips from lead paint, traffic, and other hazards.|
|Regulation/Restriction: V23: There shall be at least one easily accessible dry chemical fire extinguisher which has at least a 2-A: 10-B:C classification. This extinguisher shall be maintained in an operating condition. The extinguisher shall bear an official tag, properly signed, attesting to the inspection within 30 days of registration or re-registration. All caregivers shall be familiar with the use and handling of the extinguisher. The extinguisher shall be convenient to the kitchen area and easily accessible.|
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