Programs promote each child’s physical development by providing sufficient time, indoor and outdoor space, equipment, materials, and guidelines for active play and movement. Programs must provide high-quality health, oral health, mental health, and nutrition services that are developmentally, culturally, and linguistically appropriate and that will support each child’s growth and school readiness.
Meals & snacks are culturally and developmentally appropriate for the children being served & meet the nutritional requirements specified by the federal Child and Adult Care Food or the National School Nutrition program (CACFP). Summary sheets are as follows:
Providers promote each child’s physical development by providing sufficient time, indoor and outdoor space, equipment, materials, and guidelines for active play and movement. Providers program is dedicated to creating, implementing, and promoting lifelong wellness for the chidlren and families served.
Providers promote effective oral health hygiene by ensuring all EHS CCP children with teeth are assisted by an adult in brushing their teeth with toothpaste containing fluoride twice daily.
According to the California licensing regulations, no child may be accepted until a daily inspection for illness has been completed. Every person bringing a child to the FCCH must remain until the health check has been completed by the Provider or Assistant and child is accepted.
Meal accommodations and administering medication must be reviewed with the nurse. If a child needs to eat something different due to a food allergy or religious reason, give parent the applicable form and follow-up with health staff. The forms listed below are used for these special situations: