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It is not recommended to use breathing machines in childcare centers during COVID-19
We've all been through the first wave of COVID-19, here is a sample contingency plan if a second wave is experienced.
Maintaining Responsive Feeding and Responsive Eating
in Child Care during COVID19 Pandemic
While enduring the long bone-chilling nights of winter, Idahoans eagerly anticipate the arrival of the warm, blue sky days of summer. Unfortunately, the Summer of 2020 will undoubtedly be vastly different to the one longed for in winter. Due to COVID-19, summer activities will be altered from summers past.
Make sure your bleach and hand-sanitizers meet recommended ingredient standards for your safety and the safety of your business.
This survey is a good way to have your voice heard by state and national leaders.
Information from our Health & Safety Consultants about COVID-19
Early communication on the Governor's March 25th order asking for a state wide stay-at-home order.
Children are not alone in contracting illnesses: Infectious diseases are the most common health and safety risk for child care professionals.
Child care professionals can be a great promoter of immunizations, including the influenza vaccine. We want to prevent flu cases in facilities across the state.