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Orlando Daycare Emergency Procedures Overview

Quality providers of daycare in Orlando FL will have written emergency procedures that are practiced periodically (usually monthly). In addition, staff members will be certified in first aid and CPR. For Orlando daycare centers, teachers discuss emergency preparedness with children on a regular basis. For example they will discuss fire drills, what they will hear, and what they are expected to do. Daycare emergency drills may be carried out on both an informed and surprise basis to ensure that everyone is adequately prepared. Providers of daycare in Orlando FL may require that parents provide an emergency kit for their children. Usually these kits will are due on your child's first day of daycare, and will need to be updated yearly. Each Orlando daycare will have different requirements for the contents of the emergency kit. Examples of the contents include: bottled water, granola bars (not chocolate), Kleenex, an index card with your child's contact information and emergency contacts.
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Wesley Child Development Center 
(407) 428-1606
406 E. Amelia Street, Orlando, FL  32803
Toddler daycare in Orlando includes programs that encourage toddlers to share (toys and attention), play with others, separate from their parents, become potty-trained, while being introduced to learning activities and art experiences. ...
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Faith Christian Academy & Preschool 
(407) 275-9870
2008 North Goldenrod Road, Orlando, FL  32807
Through the course of the year Orlando daycares may offer many opportunities for parent involvement. With an understanding that many parents have work demands, these activities cover a wide variety of hours and levels of involvement. ...
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Kiddie Kottage 
(407) 658-1728
5600 Old Cheney Highway, Orlando, FL  32807
Parents should make a list of all the questions and items they would like to cover during the visit and tour of their local Orlando daycare. The ChildCare Smiles website provides many ideas and tips for parents about things to consider when selecting a provider. ...
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Forest City Day Care Center 
(407) 295-0888
6214 Forest City Road, Orlando, FL  32810
The length of programs for many Orlando daycare centers may vary considerably and include full-day or half-day (morning or afternoon) programs. Before and after school care may also be provided, as well as school age programs. ...
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Pathways Private School 
(407) 816-2040
1877 West Oak Ridge Road, Orlando, FL  32809
Many Orlando daycare programs provide an emphasis on the process of a child's work rather than the finished product. This helps to promote a sense of accomplishment and pride in their work. ...
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Discovery Prep Academy 
(407) 351-5500
5715 Turkey Lake Road, Orlando, FL  32819
As a parent you have a responsibility to ensure that your child is safe and happy in a daycare environment that is fun, educational and nurturing. A visit to the daycare in Orlando and observation of the classes in progress can go a long way to helping you make that determination. ...
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Bumby Avenue Preschool 
(407) 277-1015
2447 Raeford Road, Orlando, FL  32806
Many Orlando daycare providers schedule both during school and after school activities where parents can be involved. During school activities may include holiday parties and monthly theme activities. After school activities may include graduation and back to school night. ...
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Little Angels Child Care & Learning Center 
(407) 299-5950
5700 Silver Star Road, Orlando, FL  32808
When evaluating the level of attention your child will receive at a daycare in Orlando, an initial indicator is the number of children to adult ratio. Be sure to find out the ratio for the class that your child will be attending. ...
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Kid's World 
(407) 841-5597
2155 West Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL  32804
When children are not feeling well and are struggling to keep up, the preschool environment can become overwhelming for them. For this reason many Orlando daycare providers have guidelines for determining if your child is too sick for school. ...
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Hal P. Marston Head Start Center 
(407) 836-8455
3933 W. D. Judge Drive, Orlando, FL  32808
There is nothing sadder than having a sick child sitting in the office and the daycare cannot get a hold of anyone to pick them up. Parents should keep contact information up to date at the office. ...
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Conway United Methodist Preschool 
(407) 277-9928
3401 S Conway Road, Orlando, FL  32812
Many Orlando daycare programs provide an emphasis on the process of a child's work rather than the finished product. This helps to promote a sense of accomplishment and pride in their work. ...
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Little Citizens Child Care 
(407) 822-9697
1112 North Pine Hills Road, Orlando, FL  32808
When looking for a daycare in Orlando, an effective curriculum should incorporate sensory, motor, perceptual, and language skills through materials and activities, which are both child-centered and teacher-directed. ...
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