Chapter 3: Health Promotion and Protection
3.1 Health Promotion in Child Care
3.1.1 Daily Health Check
220.127.116.11: Documentation of the Daily Health Check
The caregiver/teacher should conduct and document a daily health check of each child upon arrival. The daily health check documentation should be kept for one month.
RATIONALEThe vast majority of infectious diseases of concern in child care have incubation periods of less than twenty-one days (1). This information may be helpful to public health authorities investigating occasional outbreaks.
COMMENTSThe documentation should note that the daily health check was done and any deviation from the usual status of the child and family.
TYPE OF FACILITYCenter, Early Head Start, Head Start, Large Family Child Care Home, Small Family Child Care Home
RELATED STANDARDS18.104.22.168 Records of Injury
22.214.171.124 Documentation of Parent/Guardian Notification of Injury, Illness, or Death in Program
126.96.36.199 Review and Accessibility of Injury and Illness Reports
188.8.131.52 Contents of Child’s Records
184.108.40.206 Pre-Admission Enrollment Information for Each Child
220.127.116.11 Contents of Admission Agreement Between Child Care Program and Parent/Guardian
18.104.22.168 Contents of Child’s Primary Care Provider’s Assessment
22.214.171.124 Health History
126.96.36.199 Contents of Medication Record
188.8.131.52 Contents of Facility Health Log for Each Child
184.108.40.206 Release of Child’s Records
- California Childcare Health Program. CCHP health and safety checklist. Rev. ed. http://www.ucsfchildcarehealth.org/html/pandr/formsmain.htm#hscr/.