A daycare facility is established essentially to provide a caring environment for children while their parents or guardians are away at work or for some reason cannot take care of them full-time, but are open to leaving them with qualified staff and helpers for a certain period every day where they are confident the child will be safe and happy. However, this is only the very basic outline of what a daycare should provide children: with state licensing now mandatory for daycares to operate and regular staff training credits being an important part of maintaining the daycare's credibility on an annual basis, there is a lot more than basis foods, play equipment and sleeping space that children must be given at a day care center. Read this book to learn how to keep them safe and happy all the time.
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