As a daycare owner, it is essential to have clear policies and contracts in place to protect yourself, your staff, and the children in your care. A daycare contract outlines the terms of your services and expectations for both you and the parents, while policies provide guidance on how you will run your business.
In the articles below, we will explore the importance of having a daycare contract and policies, the key elements that should be included in them, and how they can help you avoid legal issues, ensure consistency in your operations, and provide a safe and secure environment for the children in your care.
Whether you are starting a new daycare or looking to update your existing policies and contracts, these posts will provide valuable insights and practical tips to help you navigate the complex world of daycare ownership and management. So, join us as we dive into this critical aspect of running a successful daycare business.
Home Daycare Contract
- Things I Added to My Childcare Contract
- The How & Why Childcare Providers Need a Contract
- How to Get Parents to Read Your Childcare Contract
- How to Build a Childcare Provider Contract [INFOGRAPHIC]
Home Daycare Policies
- YOUR POLICIES: Drop-off & Pickup Policy for Childcare
- YOUR POLICIES: Sick and Illness Policy for Childcare
- How to make childcare policy changes
- What is the most difficult daycare policy for you to enforce?
- 5 Things To Include In An In-Home Daycare Payment Policy
- Daily Schedule for Child Care
- Essential Policies for Child Care Providers
- WHY CHILDCARE PROVIDERS NEED: The 24-Hour Rule
- Is it Time to Terminate? – Top Ten Reasons To Let Clients Go
- Why Parents Aren’t Following Your Childcare Policies
- Setting Your Child Care Hours
- How to Deal with Late Daycare People
- This Is When A Provider Should Absolutely Charge Childcare Fees
- Navigating Boundaries: When Family And Friends Expect Free Childcare
- Crafting Your Childcare Sick & Illness Policy Made Easy