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I list the woman I babysit for as a job reference .. what shall I call them on my application?

Posted in Babysitting on 8th April 2013

I .. listing of woman I babysit for as a job reference what shall I call them on my application?
I have taken professional title and their relationship to me. Any ideas what can I say? (I do not want to put “mother” as her job title, because I do not want to believe this company, it is my mother lol!) Best Answer (s):

response from jimmymae2000

response from Gina
write if you have listed that the job “babysitting” you can Just something like “employer”. Can

response from RAFIQA you
family friend made

Child Care Check List

Posted in Child Care on 4th June 2011

Child Care Check List

The following are questions to ask yourself before making a decision about a particular child care provider:

Do the caregivers appear to enjoy working with children?

Do the caregivers receive reciprocated affection from the children with whom the work?

Is there an adequate number of caregivers to provide good care for the children?

Are the caregivers educated in some way, and do they have prior experience?

Have the caregivers taken part in classes that enables them to understand their role in a child’s development?

What is the atmosphere of the location like?

Has the caregiving program been licensed by proper licensing organizations?

Is there a policy for surprise visits from parents?

Is the location enclosed, and can children play safely, especially outdoors?

Can the caregiver see the entire play area at all times?

Are caregivers trained in medical emergency techniques such as CPR and first aid?

Are the caregivers regularly involved in furthering their education?

Does the program adjust to the interests of children?

Will there always be access to caregivers to answer any questions?

Will the caregivers be willing to update you each day on your child?

Do caregivers give ear to parents’ concerns or requests? Can parents be involved?

Are there areas sectioned off for resting, eating, playing? Is there adequate space for each area?

Are the caregivers willing to get on the child’s level to interact with them?

Do the children generally seem happy who are there?

Are children given comfort when they need it?

Are the reasonable needs of a child met even in the busier times?

Is there a good balance of play and rest, story time, activities?

Are there activities set out for each age group?

Is there an adequate number of toys and materials for the children?

Is the facility clean, and are the toys clean and well taken care of?

What are the policies on disobedience?

Finally, do you see your child being happy here?

10 Behavior Check List Must Do for Child Care Jobs

Posted in Child Care on 1st December 2010

10 Behavior Check List Must Do for Child Care Jobs

Watching children grow and learn can be fun. According to a study by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, quality child care may have the biggest impact in the long-term development of any child. So, parents who use child care services should know what kind of to do to be good child care worker, as list below:

1. Childcare workers spend most of their day with children.

2. They make sure children are healthy and clean.

3. Meet with parents or guardians to talk about how their child is doing.

4. Childcare workers also write notes about what children do.

5. Can be hard because workers have to run, clean, play outside, and lift up children.

6. Look for problems children have and to tell their parents or guardians.

7. Childcare workers teach and care for children while their parents are away.

8. Childcare workers need to be energetic, fun, and patient.

9. Childcare workers plan daily activities before the children come.

10. Childcare workers also make snacks and nutritious meals.

Ensure that most of ten behaviors above you communicate to do to your child care worker.

However, if you didn’t do full due diligence or if your child care workers had no prior experience or references, and you have concerns, here are some warning signs of a ‘bad child care workers.’

Your normally happy baby becomes agitated and fearful when the child care workers arrives. Sometimes, this is just evidence that real bonding has not occurred or that the baby just really wants to spend more time with you or your spouse. Your baby has had too many accidents. Even if your child care workers is not abusing your child, signs of too many accidents means your child care workers is not staying on top of the situation to provide falls and injury, which is one or her most important jobs. You differ with your child care workers on ways to take care of the baby and your child care workers doesn’t follow through on your requests. Or worse, she is critical of your parenting style. You find that the baby is not clean or properly dressed. This is a sign that the child care workers is not up to the task of properly taking care of your child. Your child care workers is often late or has unpredictable absences. A child care workers you can’t depend on is in many ways worse than no child care workers at all. You discover her in a lie or she tells stories that don’t make sense. In this case, you must immediately fire your child care workers. You can not entrust your child to any person who lies, steals, or betrays your trust.

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