9503.0090 Information For Parents


Published: 2015

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9503.0090 INFORMATION FOR PARENTS.


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Subpart 1.

Policies given to parents.

At the time of a child's enrollment, the parent must be provided with written notification of the:

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A.

ages and numbers of children the center is licensed to serve;


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B.

hours and days of operation;


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child care program options the center is licensed to operate, including a description of the program's educational methods and religious, political, or philosophical basis, if any, and how parents may review the center's child care program plan;


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D.

center's policy on parent conferences and notification to a parent of a child's intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development;


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center's policy requiring a health care summary and immunization record of a child;


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policies and procedures for the care of children who become sick at the center and parent notification practices for the onset of or exposure to a contagious illness or condition or when there is an emergency or injury requiring medical attention;


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G.

center's policies and procedures for administering first aid and sources of care to be used in case of emergencies;


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center's policies on the administration of medicine;


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I.

procedures for obtaining written parental permission for field trips;


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procedures for obtaining written parental permission before each occasion of research, experimental procedure, or public relations activity involving a child;


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K.

center's policies on the provision of meals and snacks;


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L.

center's behavior guidance policies and procedures;


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M.

presence of pets;


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center's policy that parents of enrolled children may visit the center any time during the hours of operation; and


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telephone number of the Department of Human Services, Division of Licensing.



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Subp. 2.

Parent conferences and daily reports.

The license holder must ensure that the parent of a child is informed of the child's progress. The license holder must ensure that:

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individual parent conferences are planned and offered by program staff at least twice a year;


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documentation is made in the child's record that individual parent conferences were planned and offered;


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the status of the child's intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development is reported to the parent during the conference; and


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daily written reports are made to the parent of an infant or toddler about the child's food intake, elimination, sleeping patterns, and general behavior.