A parent who wants to enroll in your family child care program tells you she refuses to immunize her child. What do you do?
Child Care Tax Specialists takes a look at the issues surrounding refusing a child into a Child Care program. It is complicated, and there are a lot of exemptions. Child Care Professionals have to know how to handle this kind of situation.
Read the full post at http://childcaretaxspecialists.com/may-i-refuse-to-care-for-a-child-who-is-not-immunized/
Many of you maintain good records tracking your hours when children are present, but how good are you tracking your hours – when children aren’t present? There are chores/tasks you perform, maybe on a daily basis, after or before the children arrive. Those hours are important. They add up. It only applies to chores/tasks performed on location. You can’t count the hours spent doing general housekeeping. One good way to determine what you should count is to ask yourself – “would I be doing this, if I weren’t in business?” If the answer is “no” … then count it. Don’t count washing your cars, mowing the lawn, cleaning the oven, etc.
To download a copy of our Daily Chore/Task Checklist, please visit http://childcaretaxspecialists.com/blog/