KIDDIEKIDZ CHILDCARE

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Educators with Playful Hearts and Teaching Minds

It’s one thing for a company to declare it’s goals and objectives, but it’s another thing completely for them to actually deliver. And it’s not to say that the a company’s ownership lacks ‘intention’ or ‘desire’ – the problem lies in the fact the key components are not the right fit. For as is the case with most organizations and most professions, the 20 / 80 rule is usually present. That is – only 20% of the accountants, lawyers, doctors, teachers, engineers, etc. – really love what they do and are really good at what they do. While the other 80% would prefer to be doing something else, and most often ‘should’ be doing something else. And, in an industry such as childcare, in which the entry point is easily accessible, this rule is very prevalent – but often for other reasons. Our Company Identity statement declares, both a ‘Playful Heart’ and a ‘Teaching Mind’ is a pre-requisite for any professional to become a KiddieKidz Certified Educator. Why? Because without those character traits, the ability to impart the ‘joy of learning’ to child is impossible. And if that is the case, then full potential of child’s ability to learn throughout their lives has been compromised. But as we identified above, it’s one thing to make a declaration, but it’s another to actually deliver. Therefore, KiddieKidz, having utilized various human resource evaluation tools in the past, that individually all had some deficiencies – has, with the assistance of a recruiting and training expert, developed the KiddieKidz ‘Hiring with EASE Process ’. This Educator Assessment, Selection & Evaluation process ensures that the various character traits of those with ‘Playful Hearts’ as well as both the qualifications and know-how of a ‘teaching mind’ are all resident in every KiddieKidz Certified Educator. As a result, our parents are guaranteed that their children will be loved, taught the joy of learning, and – get ‘the great start to the future’ that every child deserves.

Appendix C: List of Communicable Diseases

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)
Chancroid
Chlamydia trachomatis infections
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, all types
Cytomegalovirus infection Congenital
Encephalitis
Gonorrhea
Hemorrhagic fevers
Hepatitis B
Hepatitis C
Influenza
Legionellosis
Leprosy
Meningitis, acute
Ophthalmia neonatorum
Personal service settings
Respiratory infections, including institutional outbreaks
Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)
Streptococcal infections
Syphilis
Tuberculosis

Regulatory Requirements: Ontario Regulation 137/15 Children’s Records

72(1) Every licensee shall ensure that up-to-date records that are available for inspection by an inspector or program adviser at all times are kept of the following matters in respect of each child receiving child care at a child care centre operated by the licensee or receiving child care at a premises where it oversees the provision of home child care:


1. An application for enrolment signed by a parent of the child.
2. The name, date of birth and home address of the child.
3. The names, home addresses and telephone numbers of the parents of the child.
4. The address and telephone number at which a parent of the child or other person can be reached in case of an emergency during the hours when the child receives child care.
5. The names of persons to whom the child may be released.
6. The date of admission of the child.
7. The date of discharge of the child.
8. The child’s previous history of communicable diseases, conditions requiring medical attention and, in the case of a child who is not in attendance at a school or private school within the meaning of the Education Act, immunization or required form completed by a parent or legally qualified medical practitioner as to why the child should not be immunized.
9. Any symptoms indicative of ill health.
9.1 A copy of any individualized plan.
10. Written instructions signed by a parent of the child for any medical treatment or drug or medication that is to be administered during the hours the child receives child care.
11. Written instructions signed by a parent of the child concerning any special requirements in respect of diet, rest or physical activity.
12. A copy of any written recommendation referred to in subsection 33.1 (1) from a child’s physician regarding the placement of a child for sleep. (2) The records listed in subsection (1) shall be kept, as the case may be, (a) on the premises of the child care centre at which the child receives child care; or (3) See Manual Section 10.3. (4) Revoked. (5) Every licensee shall ensure that the records required to be maintained under this section with respect to a child are kept for at least three years from the date the child is discharged at the child care centre or home child care agency.