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Safe sleep

Sleeping is an essential activity for our children, but especially for our infants.  Our staff has been trained on prevention and information of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and sleep safety.  Each infant is provided with an individual crib and fitted sheets are washed daily.  We cannot allow for children to have blankets, toys, or anything inside their crib.  As per code 746.2427, infants not yet able to turn over on their own must be placed in a face-up sleeping position in the infant’s own crib, unless you have a completed Sleep Exception Form that includes a signed statement from a health-care professional stating that a different sleeping position for the child is medically necessary. Please see the attached Operational Policy on Infant Safe Sleep (Form 2550).

Walking children up to 4 years old will nap from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm.  Each child will be provided with a cot that is labeled with their name.  Children are not forced to sleep but must have a resting time.  Children who do not wish to sleep, may participate in an alternative, quiet activity.

Safe sleep

Sleeping is an essential activity for our children, but especially for our infants.  Our staff has been trained on prevention and information of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and sleep safety.  Each infant is provided with an individual crib and fitted sheets are washed daily.  We cannot allow for children to have blankets, toys, or anything inside their crib.  As per code 746.2427, infants not yet able to turn over on their own must be placed in a face-up sleeping position in the infant’s own crib, unless you have a completed Sleep Exception Form that includes a signed statement from a health-care professional stating that a different sleeping position for the child is medically necessary. Please see the attached Operational Policy on Infant Safe Sleep (Form 2550).

Walking children up to 4 years old will nap from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm.  Each child will be provided with a cot that is labeled with their name.  Children are not forced to sleep but must have a resting time.  Children who do not wish to sleep, may participate in an alternative, quiet activity.