Description: Smith, Cheryl is a Family Day Care in Kingston NY, with a maximum capacity of 8 children. The home-based daycare service helps with children in the age range of Total Capacity: 6 children, ages 6 weeks to 12 years AND 2 additional school-aged children�(there must be one caregiver for every two children under the age of two years in attendance). The provider does not participate in a subsidized child care program.
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|Brief Description: Maintain on file children's health records, including parental consents for emergency medical treatment; child's medical statement and immunizations; any available results of lead screening; the name and dosage of any medications used by a child and the frequency of administration of such medications; and a record of illnesses, injuries occurring while in care, and any indicators of child abuse or maltreatment|
|Brief Description: Each family day care home must operate in compliance with the regulations of the Office and all other applicable laws and regulations.|
|Brief Description: The provisions specified on the registration are binding and the family day care home must operate in compliance with the terms of the registration. The number and age range of children specified thereon are the maximum number and age range of children who may be in the care of the family day care home at any one time|
|Brief Description: No person other than a caregiver may have unsupervised contact with a child in care at the program|
|Brief Description: Porches, decks or stairs with more than two steps must have railings with a barrier extending to the floor or ground to prevent children from falling. Acceptable types of barriers include, but are not limited to, balusters, intermediate rails, and heavy screening|
|Brief Description: Other than for school age children, sleeping and napping arrangements must be made in writing between the parent and the program. Such arrangements shall include: the area of the home where the child will nap; whether the child will nap on a cot, mat, bed or a crib; and how the napping child will be supervised, consistent with the requirements of section 417.8 of this Part.|
|Brief Description: With the written permission of the parents, a program may allow school-aged children to participate in activities outside of the direct supervision of a caregiver. Such activities must occur on the premises of the family day care home. A caregiver must visually check such children every 15 minutes.|
|Brief Description: The program must obtain a written statement, from the parent of each infant in care, setting forth the breast milk, formula and feeding schedule instructions for the infant and must be updated as changes are made.|
|Brief Description: Where infant formula is required, such formula may be prepared and provided by the parent, or by the program when agreed to in writing by the parent|
|Brief Description: One caregiver may care for a maximum of six children younger than school age, or eight children when at least two of the eight children are school aged.|
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