Frequently Asked Child Care Questions
The SpecialMe Parent Teacher Communication app will give you important ongoing updates about your child. You’ll receive notifications when your child checks-in/out of the facility, it also provides GPS Van Tracking, important classroom announcements, events, reminders, photos, videos and daily reports. You will know all about your child’s day at our center and we make sure you won’t miss a thing.
Yes, if a child is not contagious, we administer medications as per the guidelines given by the parent. Medicines will only be administered if the “Authorization to Administer Medication” form is filled by the parent and handed over to daycare staff member. All medications must be in their original container with a current date, the child’s name, name of the medication, dosage and mode of administration and name of prescribing doctor on it. Please give the medication directly to a staff member. All medications are stored out of the reach of children.
Administration will be recorded on a medication log sheet by the nurse. Any unused medication will be returned to you or properly disposed.
Infants/Toddlers: A pediatrician’s signature is required to administer prescription and over-the-counter medications to children less than 2 years of age.
Yes. Your child will thrive at SpecialMe. We are all about creating fun learning experiences because we know that in the early years children develop and learn through active play. The activities and lesson plans designed by the teachers encourage development in Language, Gross Motor Skills, Creativity & Art, Social Skills, Physical Activity, Emotional Skills, Reasoning, Problem Solving and more.
Our after-school program and summer camp curriculums are designed by experts on our team here at SpecialMe.
SpecialMe provides healthy breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack for the children for an additional fee. Our menus are created with a lot of care and are cooked specially for kids at SpecialMe.You can check our monthly menu in the below link.
For Toddlers, the ratio is 1:5
For Preschoolers, the ratio is 2:25