I firmly believe that to get parents to follow your policies and procedures you need to
constantly regularly remind them of what those are. Over time, I have come up with several ways to remind parents how we do things at the childcare. But today I want to share with you another, yet just as effective way of putting reminders on auto-pilot. Here is a quick and easy way to schedule reminders for this week, this month or even a year in advance. Oh, and did I mention it’s totally free? Yep, FREE!
How To Easily Remind Childcare Clients On Autopilot
Communication with childcare parents can be dicey, or at least it can feel that way. I know what it’s like to feel a bit intimidated about approaching a parent with either some uncomfortable information or needing to enforce a policy. You don’t want to offend or potentially lose your client.
But you don’t want to be a pushover either.
Effective communication is key!
That being said just like with most relationships, communication is key. The same is true about communicating with childcare clients. But it needs to be effective communication.
“But I already put all of that information in my childcare contract.”
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3 Easy Ways to Put Childcare Reminders on Autopilot
1. Daily Notes
2. You’ve Got Mail
3. Text’um childcare reminders
Just like emails, almost everyone has a mobile phone too. Sending notices through text is almost as easy as through daily notes or emails.