In today’s post, we’ll discuss child care during coronavirus (COVID-19).
Undoubtedly, many parents (and child care providers) are worried about the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak right now. At CareLuLu, we work with thousands of families to help them find great daycare and preschool programs, and we’re getting tons of questions.
So, we thought we’d prepare a guide to daycare during coronavirus.
This guide includes tips on how to find child care during closures (no, not all daycares are closed!) Also, we’ll provide answers to questions many parents are asking themselves.
Before we go any further:
For parents who are essential workers and need to find care and can’t read the full post, click here to find emergency child care near you.
This guide is mostly designed for parents, but if you’re a child care business owner, preschool director or teacher, we also wrote a guide for you. Read it here: Coronavirus In Daycare: What Should Child Care Providers Do?
As a parent of an infant, toddler or preschooler, there’s a lot on your mind right now. Maybe you’re struggling to find child care while many facilities are closed because of coronavirus. Or, maybe you’re wondering if it’s safe to send your baby to daycare during COVID-19.
Here are the questions we’ll answer in this post:
- How to find daycare during coronavirus closures?
- Is it safe to take kids to daycare during the COVID-19 outbreak?
- Should daycares and preschools close during coronavirus?
- Do I still need to pay tuition if my daycare is closed because of coronavirus (or if I decide to keep my baby home)?