This article express how I feel and how little is been done for daycares providers. Let me know what you think 😊
Here is the link to the article: https://amp.miamiherald.com/news/business/article242043336.html
Does any body knows if we, daycare providers, can get a loan or any kind of financial help?
Let’s all share the best tips we have for keeping the little ones clean BECAUSE THEY TOUCH EVERYTHING right now and I swear they hate washing their hands. Any advice??
Hi ladies just wanted to share some positive thoughts during these tough times! Leave me a comment letting me know how you are staying positive 😊
I’m staying positive cuz even though things are scary right now I know how much I am helping the families I serve at my FCC and I know how much that allows those families to help our community. Feeling very lucky to be able to work with children and seeing their smiling faces every morning. Sending sunshine! ☀️💖
Hey providers, any ideas for indoor activities to keep the kids busy? I still have 6 kids at my home daycare and I’m trying to stay creative and positive. Let me know what you guys are doing to keep the kids busy! TIA 💕
My 3 y.o is the PICKIEST eater and I’m losing my mind because of it. What should I do?!
Who else is struggling with this? Do I use the cry it out method for sleep training? What works? Help!!
The weather has been horrible recently and I’m looking for some fun indoor “rainy day” activities. Any ideas are appreciated!!
Bath time has been such a hassle and totally chaotic because my baby HATES it. What should I do? I bought bubbles and a ton of toys, but nothing seems to work...
Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidance
Update as of March 11th, 2020.
• WeeCare "Fever-Free Zones" feature is released
• Coronavirus updates now available via https://weecare.co/coronavirus-prevention-childcare
Update as of March 6th, 2020.
If you, a member of your family, or a child in your care displays any of the symptoms of novel coronavirus you should seek advice from your medical provider regarding immediate medical treatment and notify the parents of the child immediately. Symptoms of the novel coronavirus include the following:
• Difficulty breathing
• Severe illness
How the Virus is Transmitted
The virus is spread like other respiratory illnesses such as the flu. Human coronavirus is most commonly spread to others from an infected person through the following:
• Droplets produced through coughing and sneezing
• Close personal contact, such as caring for an infected person
• Touching an object or surface with the virus on it, then touching your mouth, nose, or eyes before washing your hands
• As coronavirus is new, how it spreads and how long it takes for people to become sick is still to be determined
Ways to Prevent the Spread of the Virus
We are following the recommendations from the Department of Health to prevent the spread of the virus, which include the following:
• Cleanliness is extremely important. Make sure all surfaces are as clean as possible. Disinfect frequently touched objects and areas (such as doorknobs, desks, chairs, bathrooms, toys, and books) and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
• Wash your hands often and thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds after using the restroom, before eating, after coughing, after sneezing, and after blowing your nose. (If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with 60-95% alcohol. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.)
• Stay home when you are sick. (If you have a fever over 100 degrees, stay home for at least 24 hours. If you are coughing excessively, cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue or use the inside of your elbow.)
• Get a flu vaccination, if you haven't done so already.
• Identify your medical provider and who to call, when needed.
Guidance for Facilities with Identified Cases of Coronavirus
We are following the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control on steps to take should an ill student or staff member attend your facility prior to being confirmed as a COVID-19 case:
• Temporary dismissal of your school, at the recommendation of local health officials.
• Notify and work with the local health department to communicate the possible exposure to the novel coronavirus.
• Work with local health officials to determine when any confirmed staff or students identified with the novel coronavirus should return to your facility.
For the most up-to-date information from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/faq.html