While it may seem like the world is changing, our commitment to families remains to be the same: providing safe, quality, inclusive care.
Below are our pandemic policies, supports to talk to your children, government links as well as our screening tool. If you have any questions or looking for more supports, please reach out, firstname.lastname@example.org
Policies, Procedures and Guidelines
“During a pandemic time, our focus is on the physical and emotional safety of our families and our staff. “
UPDATED JULY 2020Allegro Child Care Centre Procedures and Protocols
Covid-19 Guidance for Child Care Settings – Nova Scotia Dept of Educations and Early Childhood DevelopmentCOVID-19 Guidlines
Daily Screening Tool
Update June 12, 2020, 6:30pm
Can individuals with chronic symptoms enter a child care facility?
Following assessment by 811 or a Health Care Provider (as above), individuals with only chronic stable symptoms (e.g. cough, sneeze, runny nose, or nasal congestion) due to a medical condition such as asthma or allergies may return. Individuals with new or worsening symptoms must not enter and should be reassessed.