No matter how you cut it, this year is different! It’s different for parents and children. But especially different for school-age students who may or may not be returning to school this Fall. This is why childcare will be even more essential this year.[Read more…] about Why Childcare Will Be More Essential This Year
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Most businesses are being asked to develop a protocol or plan for health and safety measures for dealing with the Coronavirus crisis in their businesses. Many cities are requiring this to be in place before a business is allowed to re-open. So today I want to share with you how you can easily develop the best COVID Plan for Your Daycare Business.[Read more…] about Developing The Best Covid Plan For Your Daycare
Just like other businesses are being asked to develop protocols and policies to try to contain and stop the spread of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) childcare providers should as well.
So whether you have received guidance from your licensing agency or not, today I want to review 10 best practices to develop a protocol for your childcare.[Read more…] about How To Stop The Spread In Childcare [INFOGRAPHIC]
As I write this, the world is in the crisis of dealing with a worldwide pandemic. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread and from day to day childcare providers all over the world are having to make decisions regarding their businesses.
In California, my home state, we have heard our public officials give daily revisions to guidelines. Recommended crowd sizes have changed and a panic that has driven the population to buy out food and supplies. And as we await a teleconference call in the next day, we are not certain what the immediate future holds for our businesses.
What about the Coronavirus and Childcare?
With all the uncertainty of when this crisis will end, many of us are saddled with the additional concern of what will happen financially if we need to close our business.
What will happen if parents stop bringing their children? What will happen if licensing or the health authorities advise providers to close? What can we do to make sure our childcare business financially survives the Coronavirus pandemic? Be sure to read to the end for SBA Disaster Loan Info.[Read more…] about Coronavirus and Childcare: Help Your Business Financially Survive
It’s sort of a running joke with providers. Most of us don’t think parents read our childcare contract. At least they don’t act like they’ve read it. And to be honest, in general, they probably don’t. Or at least not every page of it. So I wondered is it possible to get parents to read our childcare contracts?
Here’s the thing, it’s not just parents who don’t read contracts. Most people avoid reading every paragraph and verse of long documents. Now I know what you’re saying (or at least thinking), parents really need to read my contract. How else are they going to understand how we do things around here?
I hear ya!
Which is why today I thought I would give you some concrete ways to get all that great info in your childcare contract, handbook or policies into the minds of your clients. Here’s how to get parents to read your childcare contract.[Read more…] about How to Get Parents to Read Your Childcare Contract