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Questions to ask prospective child care providers:
- Is your program EEC licensed? Locate and look at license.
- Do you have any openings?
- What hours are you open?
- What are the ages of the other children my child would be grouped with?
- What is the ratio of adults to children?
- Are there holidays or other dates that the program closes?
- Do you offer part-time or flexible care?
- What backup care is provided in case of provider illness?
- What activities would my child experience?
- How will you accommodate my child with special needs?
- What is your policy when a child is ill?
- Do you have a written discipline policy?
- What is your emergency plan?
- What is your level of education?
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