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Family Screening Survey

Family Screening Survey Daily Family Screening Survey You must fill out one survey for each child attending the program. Parent /guardian will be asked these questions daily at drop off and the temperature of your child(ren) and parent /guardian will be recoded daily. Child's Name _________________________________________________ Date _________________________________________________ 1. Do you, your child or anyone residing in your household have any of the possible COVID-19 symptoms below? a) Fever (37.8C or higher) b) Cough (new or worsening) c) Difficulty Breathing/Shortness of Breath (unable to breathe deeply) d) Abdominal Pain e) Diarrhea f) Nausea/Vomiting g) Pink Eye (conjunctivitis) h) Decrease or loss of sense of smell/taste i) Runny Nose (not related to seasonal allergies or other known cause/condition) j) Nasal Congestion (not related to seasonal allergies or other known cause/condition) k) Unexplained fatigue/malaise l) Headaches m) Infants/Young Children-sluggishness or lack of appetite YES    …

Daily Screening & Separation

Daily Screening & Separation All staff, parents/guardians and children will be screened before children being permitted to enter the building. Parents/Guardians are NOT permitted to enter the Childcare Centre. Assigned screener will meet parent at the door and screening will take place outside the building.

Sanitization Policy

Sanitization Policy Sanitary Practices Policy The cleanliness of the programs is vital to providing quality child care.  It is up to all staff members to do their part in maintaining sanitary conditions. Policies and procedures regarding sanitation shall be reviewed at the commencement of employment. At this time the employee shall be made aware that he/she shall abide by the regulations set out by following: The Health Unit, Child Care and Early years Act 2014 (CCEYA) and Municipal By-Laws. RESPONSIBILITY It is the responsibility of ALL staff to maintain sanitary practices. The sanitation schedule attached should be used as a tool to monitor when the disinfecting of the classroom is to be completed. Each classroom will have a sanitization checklist that must be followed and monitored by Supervisors. Staff assigned to particular tasks must initial schedule upon completion of task at each rotation.  Sanitary Practices in the Classroom: The Supervisor/designate is responsible for making sure their classroom(s)…

Pandemic Policy for Suspected Illness of a Client or Staff

Pandemic Policy for Suspected Illness of a Client or Staff If A Child Becomes Symptomatic While in Our Care: Program Staff will immediately call for the Supervisor’s/Designate assistance Supervisor/Designate will proceed to assigned isolation area. Supervisor/Designate will wear the appropriate PPE, isolation gown, gloves, face covering (mask or face shield). Supervisor/Designate will call the child’s contacts to come pick up child. Child will be made comfortable in the isolation area outside the classroom. Children sharing space with the symptomatic child will have outside time weather permitting or be guided to hallway while cleaning is taking place. Classroom will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected by following our disinfecting policy. Upon parent arrival, Supervisor/designate will take child to parent and ensure isolation area is disinfected properly following our disinfecting policy Child must be symptom free for 24 hours and can return to program with a note from doctor expressing child is safe to return. If child diagnosed with Covid-19…

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