daycare health exclusion policy
To safeguard the health of all children, a staff member has the right to exclude a child from the daycare due to sickness. If the parent wishes to alter this decision, the staff will abide by a doctor's note.
If a child becomes ill while at the daycare, the parent(s) will be contacted and required to take the child home. If the parent(s) is not available, the emergency contact will be notified. In more severe cases, the daycare staff will accompany the child to the hospital.
A child must be kept out of daycare if s/he shows the following symptoms:
temperature of 38.2 or higher
eyes that are reddish and/or have a yellow discharge
rash that has not yet been diagnosed by physician (Doctor’s note required)
severe cold with fever, sneezes and nose discharge
contagious diseases, i.e., chicken pox, mumps, rosella, red or German measles (Doctor's note required)
if the child seems sick without any obvious symptoms. The child may look and act differently, there may be unusual paleness, irritability, unusual tiredness or lack of interest in daily activity.
Isabel got her start working under Hugo Walters, Esq., director of the ABC Fashion Institute. She specializes in all things related to fashion law, whether that’s securing a trademark for a logo design or helping clients work through federal textile laws. Before joining Harris Ingram, she was an associate at fine arts practice Veronica Chin, PLLC. Isabel also represents fine artists, galleries, appraisers, and more on art litigation matters.
EMPIRE LAW SCHOOL
Juris Doctor, 2002
B.A., Art History, 1999
Activities & Affiliations
• ABCD Bar Association, Member
• New York, California