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1.1. Why do we need to have health policies in early learning programs?We need to all follow the same steps for consistently healthy and safe practices. Protects all kids teachers and parents in the building
1.2. Which policies or program procedures for keeping children safe are unclear to you?I am not always clear on Fire Marshall rules on things hanging from the ceiling
2.1. What is the definition of "maltreatment?"Child maltreatment is behavior toward a child that is outside the norms of conduct and entails substantial risk of causing physical or emotional harm. Four types of maltreatment are generally recognized: physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse (psychologic abuse), and neglect.
2.2. How can you become familiar with the symptoms of child abuse, including physical, sexual, verbal and emotional abuse, and physical or emotional neglect? Know your student's norm, train, observe
2.3. What do you need to do to follow state laws and community procedures that protect children against abuse and neglect?Consult Licensor CPS and Childcare Licensing manual
3.1. What are some of the safety standards required by licensing regulations? Give examples of how they impact children's safety.Guidelines involving first aid supplies, sanitizing toys and surfaces, handwashing and more. All keep kids healthy.
3.2. If you were giving a prospective parent a tour through your program, what safety procedures would you highlight?Fire drills monthly, handwashing, sanitizing etc
3.3. What makes a safe indoor environment for young children? A safe outdoor environment for young children?Safe indoor is free of choking hazards and climbing hazards. attentive staff children can be seen and heard.Outdoor is the same two things.
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