This day care policy statement sets forth the guidelines for parents and children who use day care services.
- Starting a new day care facility.
- Creating formal policies and procedures for an existing day care facility.
When you are providing professional services, it is always best when your clients know exactly what to expect. This is particularly true when caring for your client’s children at your day care facility.
Whether you are opening a new day care or managing an existing childcare facility, it is critical that you comply with all federal and state laws regulating your business. Every state has its own rules regarding licensing, hiring practices, disclosures, and best operating practices for day care facilities operating within their borders, and child care providers are responsible for maintaining compliance with these laws.
Once you have created or updated legally-compliant policies for your day care center, use this interactive form to create a clear statement about the policies in force at your day care center. You can include any information that is relevant to your child care operations, ranging from your background and qualifications to fees, holiday schedules, meals offered, and medical care. Filling out this interactive day care policy statement will also help you plan for the types of supplies, equipment, staff, and facilities you will need to start your new business.