Describe the components of emergency preparedness in the child care setting. #5210


Describe the components of emergency preparedness in the child care setting.

Learn about emergency preparedness in the child care setting, including the components and legal requirements. Understand what constitutes an emergency and the necessary steps for child care professionals to be prepared. Explore this vital aspect of early childhood education and child care centers to ensure the safety of children in any unforeseen situation.

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Related Outcomes

  1. Describe the components of an emergency preparedness plan for child care facilities
  2. Define what is an emergency and the legal requirements for emergency preparedness for child care professionals.
  3. Identify the components of a lesson plan for the family child care setting
  4. Identify responses to typical daily child care scenarios with solutions that are aligned with Child Care Regulations
  5. Demonstrate understanding of optimal room arrangements for family child care settings and their components.
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of optimal room arrangements for family child care settings and their components.
  7. Demonstrate understanding of inclusionary practices for autism spectrum disorder in the child care setting.
  8. Identify the signs of illness in children and describe when a child should be excluded from care
  9. Demonstrate understanding of inclusionary practices for cerebral palsy in the child care setting.
  10. Identify strategies for the child care provider that will promote successful child development. Identify strategies for working with children with special needs
  11. Identify strategies and practices for preventing shaken baby syndrome and abusive head trauma in the child care setting
  12. Identify the different types of portfolios used in child care programs, and the appropriate portfolio components for each type.
  13. Describe ways child care professionals can support advocacy issues.
  14. Demonstrate how to develop strategies for involving parents in the child care setting
  15. Identify appropriate practice for the identification, prevention, and treatment of communicable diseases and illnesses in child care setting
  16. Identify appropriate practices communicable diseases/illnesses and immunizations and their schedules in child care setting
  17. Describe the importance of monitoring the family child care environment for potential risks.
  18. Demonstrate understanding of inclusionary practices for anxiety in the child care setting.
  19. Describe a staff orientation in accordance with Child Care Regulations
  20. Demonstrate understanding of inclusionary practices for ADHD in the child care setting.

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