Iowa law requires child care providers to have a written emergency plan with procedures for: evacuation and relocation, sheltering-in-place, lockdown, addressing the individual needs of children, communication and reunification with parents and other approved individuals and continuity of operations. This video review, planning template and tools are available for child care providers to help meet your program's needs. You are not required to use any of the resources offered, although the tools and templates will help you meet requirements in Iowa law. Starting to write an EP plan can be overwhelming and CCR&R is here to help providers get started. See all EP resources at: www.iowaccrr.org/training/EP - Art - 4823HomeEconomicsWithBonnieCarol

Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan - Template for Child Development Homes

Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan - Template for Child Development Homes

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Iowa law requires child care providers to have a written emergency plan with procedures for: evacuation and relocation, sheltering-in-place, lockdown, addressing the individual needs of children, communication and reunification with parents and other approved individuals and continuity of operations. This video review, planning template and tools are available for child care providers to help meet your program's needs. You are not required to use any of the resources offered, although the tools and templates will help you meet requirements in Iowa law. Starting to write an EP plan can be overwhelming and CCR&R is here to help providers get started. See all EP resources at: www.iowaccrr.org/training/EP

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