Creating Policies and Procedures for Your Child Care

by Katie Brazerol

Having clear, concise policies and procedures for your child care setting will support your business and help you avoid many potential problems and conflicts. Offering a handbook will help parents understand what to expect while their children are in your care. Having set policies and procedures in place will also make it easier for you to stand by your decisions.

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Avoiding Burnout

by Katie Brazerol

Whether you’re a director of a large child care center or a home child care provider, caring for young children can be a difficult task. To avoid burnout, it’s important for anyone taking care of children to find ways to relieve stress and find joy in what you do. Here is a list of suggestions to help you stay positive and refrain from burnout:

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