In this webinar, we are joined by Lucinda Crawford and Amanda Hatfield. We talked about how their centers adapted to survive and thrive during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as some key tips on how they supported their teams, families, and their learnings as the pandemic unfolds.
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🔍 Key Takeaways from Lucinda Crawford
- Getting through the challenge of COVID-19 is a decision. It’s not easy, but deciding that you want to show up makes a huge difference for your mental health and your energy as a team!
- Surviving through this pandemic is a fluid journey. Having different plans is key.
- Always be open to adapting, responding to the situation, and listening to your community!
🔍 Key Takeaways from Amanda Hatfield
- Going back to the basics is helpful! What is your philosophy? How can your team stay true to this? Build on your basics and bring the quality of learning to the next level.
- Focus on where improvements can be made.
- Smaller ratios are an opportunity to hone in on that quality care.
- Celebrate the SMALL wins!
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Maria A – I’m seeing teachers building stronger relationships with Parents. Since Parents are not allowed in the classrooms, parents drop and pick up their children at the gate where Teachers have to take the kids to the gate when leaving or to receive them in the morning this is making teachers have to have a one to one interactions with parents on an everyday basis.
Stacie W – Each child has a round laundry basket with their “toys” and they don’t share but can play somewhat the same things. Beach towels outside with all their ” goodies” and they sit on them for a snack then run off – working really well!
The HiMama child care app helps to streamline your digital parent communications. Book a consultation with us today to learn how we can support your child care center during this time.
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