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Child Protection Policy
This nicely designed Child Protection Policy, also known as a Child Abuse Policy, is a valuable tool used to give parents information on how you will handle any suspicions of child abuse. In fact, many licensing offices require that family dayhome operators and daycare centre operators have such a policy in place as part of their licensing requirements.
Child Abuse Report
Children have the right to be free from the fear or reality of abuse (either physical or emotional). A Child Care Provider is obligated by law to report any suspected cases of child abuse. Help protect the children in your care, as well as yourself, using this form to document any suspicions of child abuse that you might have. In fact, many licensing offices require that family dayhome operators and daycare centre operators have both a Child Abuse or Child Protection Policy and a Child Abuse Report Form as part of their licensing requirements.
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