Regina's Daycare & Pre-K
Serving Our Community for over 10 years
Health Care Plan p.3
· Shingles, if sores cannot be covered by clothing or a dressing or until sores become crusted
· Pertussis (whooping cough), until five days of a total course of 14 days of antibiotic treatment has been completed
· Diphtheria, until readmission has been approved by the local health unit
· Hepatitis B, until readmission has been approved by the local health unit
· Meningitis or meningococcal disease, until readmission has been approved by the local health unit
Child Health Policies
·All children in care must submit Medical form upon enrollment. The form must be updated yearly.
·Child who develops any of the symptoms above will be separated from the group until is picked up by the parents.
·We do not administer medication to the children.
Infection Control Procedure
·Daily Health checks are conducted upon arrival of a child. Children are checked for symptoms of illness, communicable disease, or child abuse and maltreatment.
·In case of an emergency, a child will be transported to a medical facility by an ambulance. The provider will accompany the child to the facility and will return to the childcare upon parent’s arrival. The assistant and a substitute will supervise the children in childcare.
First Aid Kit
·Includes Disposable Gloves (vinyl), sterile gauze pads of various sizes, bandage tape, roller gauze, cold pack, thermometer, antiseptic. The kit is checked monthly and restocked as needed.
OUR GOAL IS TO PROTECT THE HEALTH OF ALL CHILDREN IN THE PROGRAM.