Agreement For Child Care

To learn more about how your childcare provider can support your breastfeeding, check out information from the Department of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Office here. If you visit a potential child care program, you should get a copy of its policies and procedures. If the provider doesn`t offer this information, ask for it! You want to make sure that you agree with the way your child is being cared for. In addition to state laws, there may be local laws and necessary building rules that are assigned to daycares. Open House Policy: You should be allowed to visit your child care provider at any time. Make sure your provider allows you to visit without notice whenever your child is there. Dismissal Directive: you need to agree on the notice period needed if you or the service provider wants to terminate your childcare contract Schedule of the day: look for a calendar that matches your child`s needs.. . . .

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