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On this page I'll  keep my business rules listed and up to date.
POSTED BY THE ATTENDANCE CHART WILL BE A FORM TO HELP YOU KEEP TRACK OF THE ITEMS I NEED YOU TO BRING TO KEEP YOUR CHILDS NEEDS UP TO DATE. EX: DIAPERS,FORMULA,WIPES,CLOTHES,SWIMWEAR, ETC.....

Attendance Paperwork Page 1-5 required Day One

YES i am trained in Safe Sleep procedures

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INFANT SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

This is a plan by Mo Childcare Aware to Transform the Childcare industry using your tax dollars to create a Mandatory Social Security Style Program for Childcare



COVID 19 Parent Information

Schedule, Equip. Menu

School Age Health Form

STATE FROM LINK

Vacation Schedule

Required form for those with Subsidy

Dear Parents,

Post Covid here there have been some additional items added to our daily routines.

Many already existed but for purposes of creating a standardized information form they will all be listed here. As we work together to keep our kids and families healthy and feeling safe to bring their kids out, I am adding the following to previously stated requirements.

  1. If you have Google Pay, Apple Pay please let’s utilize those to reduce handling of cash. I have hooked up PayPal to my website however there is a 3% fee added. Pre 2020 Parent's the Link is on my Email Reminders Page. https://nocofoshojrvbc.tripod.com/tlc/id23.html Yes, I will still take checks and cash if that is your preferred method.

  1. Please check your child’s temperatures prior to bringing them, any temp of 100.4 or higher are the official numbers not allowed. Childcare did state that children’s temps change and are more accurate in the latter afternoon/evening, so I am taking temps in the latter afternoon.

  2. In an effort to reduce cup mix ups, I ask that you don’t bring cups, if there is something you would like for me to give them in the morning for breakfast, just bring it and I will fill their cups here. We are working to teach the kids to keep them out of reach of those little ones that do not know any better.

  3. Breakfast will now be provided - This cuts down on outside products with touch surfaces, to control the environment so to speak. Also, all meals will be eaten in the back room. I will provide waffles, French toast, pancakes, fruit bars.

  1. Sanitation occurs throughout the day. Control of eating assists with this. Though Lysol is not found out there, I have found a sanitizing product that kills 99.9%. Some things I have added to the sanitizing list are the front/back porch rails, door handles outside. All touch surfaces are sanitized a minimum of 3x/day and the toys are sanitized after the kids leave nightly.

  2. I will sign you in and out daily to eliminate another touch surface.

  3. Everyone is well staggered in arrival times, however if another parent is here, please, allow them their space so we all feel comfortable. If you have noticed I work to keep a distance as often as possible for everyone’s comfort levels.

  4. To keep myself healthy for you, I have gone to 98% delivery of groceries and household items, I wear a mask when out to protect me.

  5. For your child’s health I have added an Air Scrubber to the house’s furnace/air conditioning unit and a Medify 25 Hepa 13 air filter. This is where my federal stimulus went.

I am eternally grateful, for your continued support during this Pandemic, without which my business could not have survived.

 For the record- as an Alderman I do not qualify for Small Business Loans, Nor did I qualify for un/under employment.

So, THANK YOU with all my Heart …….

STATE GUIDANCE FOR POSITIVE COVID RESULTS

19 CSR 30-61.185 Health Care PURPOSE:

Unless determined otherwise by the parent(s) or provider, a child with no more than one (1) of the following symptoms may remain in care:

1. A child with a temperature of up to one hundred degrees Fahrenheit (100F) by mouth or ninety-nine degrees Fahrenheit (99F) under the arm;

2. After an illness has been evaluated by a physician, medication has been prescribed and any period of contagion has passed as determined by a licensed physician;

3. When it has been determined that a child has a common cold unless the provider and the parent(s) agree that isolation precau[1]tions should be taken;

4. When a child has vomited once with no further vomiting episodes, other symp[1]toms, or both; or

5. When a child has experienced loose stools only one (1) time with no further prob[1]lems or symptoms.

(E) If children exhibit any of the following symptoms, they must be sent home:

1. Diarrhea—more than one (1) abnor[1]mally loose stool. If a child has one (1) loose stool, s/he shall be observed for additional loose stools or other symptoms;

2. Severe coughing—if the child gets red or blue in the face or makes high-pitched croupy or whooping sounds after coughing;

3. Difficult or rapid breathing (especial[1]ly important in infants under six (6) months);

4. Yellowish skin or eyes;

5. Pinkeye—tears, redness of eyelid lin[1]ing, irritation, followed by swelling or dis[1]charge of pus;

6. Unusual spots or rashes;

7. Sore throat or trouble swallowing;

8. An infected skin patch(es)—crusty, bright yellow, dry or gummy areas of the skin;

9. Unusually dark, tea-colored urine;

10. Grey or white stool;

11. Fever over one hundred degrees Fahrenheit (100F) by mouth or ninety-nine degrees Fahrenheit (99F) under the arm;

12. Headache and stiff neck;

13. Vomiting more than once; and

14. Severe itching of the body or scalp, or scratching of the scalp. These may be symptoms of lice or scabies.


INFANT TRACKING

DOWNLOADABLE Rules TLC Daycare

RULES https://nocofoshojrvbc.tripod.com/tlc/id5.html


1. HOURS OF OPERATION ARE: 600a-600p


2. WEEKLY QUOTE IS TO BE PAID REGARDLESS OF CHILD BEING HERE OR NOT [THERE ARE NO SICK DAYS]

3. PAYMENT TO BE MADE ON THE 1ST DAY OF EACH WEEK {MONDAY} OR SERVICES MAY BE TERMINATED
YOUR PAYMENT WILL NOT GO UP OR DOWN AS LONG AS YOU REMAIN WITH ME. THERE IS NOT A MULTI KID DISCOUNT BECAUSE I SUPPLY EVERYTHING EXCEPT DIAPERS AND WHOLE MILK FOR UNDER 2'S. 

4. ALL REQUIRED FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED; I AM NOT ALLOWED TO BEGIN YOUR CHILD UNTIL THEY ARE.

5. HAVE A POMERANIAN & Cat. YOU ARE REQUIRED TO INFORM ME OF ANY ALLERGIES YOUR CHILD MAY HAVE.

6. ACCEPT CASH, CHECK (I use Mobile Deposit), GOOGLE PAY & APPLE PAY.

7. I SUPPLY BREAKFAST,WIPES, DESITIN, SNACKS & LUNCH.
SEASONAL CLOTHING/LOTIONS/SPRAYS/SWIM SUITS/SNOW SUITS/ BOOTS / WATER PANTS SUPPLIED BY PARENTS ALL AGES SHOULD PROVIDE BACK UP CLOTHES FOR ACCIDENTS


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10. THE STATE WILL NOT LET ME WATCH YOUR CHILD IF PUKING OR WITH A FEVER OVER 100.4 DEGREES THIS INDICATES A CONTAGIOUS INFECTION

11. YOU GET 5 DAYS OF VACATION SCHEDULED JAN. THRU DEC. THIS IS PER FAMILY NOT CHILD

12. ANY DAYS I REQUEST OFF FOR MY KIDS AND FAMILY ARE UNPAID.

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. THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE ACTS OF NATURE, PANDEMICS, ETC. MY HUSBAND & ADULT CHILDREN ARE ALL AUTHORIZED AS MY LEGAL BACKUP, AS NEEDED THUS IF I DON'T CALL YOU AND TELL YOU I AM UNABLE TO SIT, I AM TO BE PAID. ALL HOLIDAYS ARE PAID UNLESS YOU REQUEST YOUR VACATION DAYS FOR THAT SPECIFIC DATE. MY PAID HOLIDAYS ARE: JAN. 1ST, MEMORIAL DAY, JULY 4TH, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, DEC. 25TH

14. WHEN SCHEDULING YOUR VACATION DAYS, I WILL NEED A MINIMUM OF TWO WEEKS NOTICE. MY VACATION PLANS WILL HAVE A MINIMUM OF ONE MONTHS NOTICE SO THAT YOU CAN FIND SOMEONE ELSE TO WATCH YOUR CHILD, THIS IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY NOT MINE.

15. PLEASE NOTIFY A MINIMUM OF 2 WEEKS IF LEAVING MY FACILITIES, ONE MONTH IS PREFERED IF PLACING CHILD IN PRE-SCHOOL.

16. AMY POELKER'S DAYCARE IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ILLNESSES OR INJURIES THAT MAY OCCUR DUE TO EXPOSURE TO PEOPLE NOR OBJECTS.


By law I may terminate our business relationship at will.


PLS RESPECT MY FAMILY BUDGET AND PROVIDE AT LEAST TWO MONTHS NOTICE SO I CAN BEGIN LOOKING FOR A REPLACEMENT.

REMEMBER MY FAMILY BUDGET RELY'S ON YOU.....

 

When considering Preschool, please give 2 Months’ Notice- so I have an opportunity to replace your child without it affecting my ability to pay my bills. Thank you

FYI- Ritenour Preschool does drop off and pick up at my home.


SOMEONE ELSE PICKING UP CLICK HERE FOR FORM

CHILD NEEDS MEDICINE CLICK HERE FOR FORM


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Should the State of Mo decide that facemasks are mandatory. You will have to purchase and maintain those. As a business owner, I will not be responsible for the purchase nor maintenance of facemasks. This is too huge of a liability risk.

iii. The screening should include the following questions:
1. Today or in the past 24 hours have you had any of the following symptoms:
i. Fever (temperature greater than 100.4 for children and greater than 100 for
adults)
ii. New or worsening cough
iii. Shortness of breath or trouble breathing
iv. Sore throat, different than your seasonal allergies
v. New loss of smell and/or taste
vi. Diarrhea or vomiting
vii. Do you have a household or close contact who has been diagnosed with
COVID-19 in the past 2 weeks?
2. Temperature check with a thermometer is recommended but not required
(temperature greater than 100.4 for children and greater than 100 for adults is
considered a fever).

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DEPT OF HEALTH & SENIOR SERVICES

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Guidelines

Exemptions

Certain child care facilities are not required to obtain a child care license from the Department of Health and Senior Services. Additionally, programs that are exempt do not fall under our full regulatory authority. To document the exemption, these programs may file a Program Evaluation Questionnaire (DC-20) with the Department in order to obtain an exemption assessment. The exemption process is reviewed in our central office.

Exemptions are set forth in Missouri Statute, 210.211, RSMo. Any person who is caring for four or fewer *unrelated children is not required to be licensed and does not have to contact us to report he/she is providing child care.

Other programs such as nursery schools and programs operated under the exclusive control of a religious organization are license-exempt. Programs such as these, under the exemptions stated in 210.211 RSMo, should file a Program Evaluation Questionnaire (DC-20) provided to the Department so an exemption assessment can be made.

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New crib standards

New rules about Tuberculosis and Disaster Emergency Preparedness for child care facilities are effective October 30, 2011.

A sample outline for writing an Emergency Plan for your child care facility is available here

New rules for child care facilities regarding Safe Sleep Position for Infants and Age Appropriate First Aid and CPR Training are effective July 30, 2011.

Brochure providing a summary of the new rules regarding safe sleep, First Aid and CPR training, TB testing and emergency preparedness for child care facilities.

Safe and positive experiences during the first years of life help lead to the healthy development of Missouri children. Choosing child care is one of the most important decisions a parent must make. Ensuring that children are well cared for in a safe, healthy, positive and educational environment by trained, qualified child staff is essential to the child’s development.

The department licenses and inspects child care centers, group child care homes and in-home child care centers.  License-exempt homes are also inspected to ensure that children are receiving the proper care.  Inspectors also investigate complaints at child care facilities as often as necessary to ensure children’s health and safety.

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Should the State of Mo decide that facemasks are mandatory. (To date these are not required in the Family Home Daycares.) You will have to purchase and maintain those. As a business owner, I will not be responsible for the purchase nor maintenance of facemasks. This is too huge of a liability risk. This daycare business follows the Rules and Regulations set forth by the Department of Health and Senior Services of the State of Missouri.