What do other people need to know? Entrusting your child to the care of someone else is difficult, especially when he/she has special needs. It is often hard to know what information you should share and where to draw the line. Alternative caregivers need to have enough information to keep your child safe.
Most parents give an alternative caregiver plenty of information, but if that information is not organized, caregivers may have a difficult time finding what they need, especially if they need information quickly.
A caregiver will need to have information about your child's daily routine, his/her preferences, positive ways to deal with inappropriate behavior, and medical concerns, just to name a few.
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