Cleaning and Disinfecting Your Child Care Environment

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The CDC website offers up to date information about the COVID-19 including: Guidance for School Settings Before and During an Outbreak, cleaning and disinfection recommendations, talking with children about Coronavirus disease, checklists for teachers and parents and much more information. For more information visit the CDC website.

CDC – Disinfecting Your Facility if Someone is Sick.

California Childcare Health Program CCHP

CCHP has produced a series of color laminated mini-posters on prevention of communicable reminders about best practices. The posters are available in Chinese, English and Spanish on how to stop infectious diseases, injuries and dental diseases. There are also fact sheets for families, health and safety notes, forms and checklists and policies and illness sheets. Posters can be found at the CCHP website. For more information contact Department of Family Health Care Nursing at (415) 502-2825 or email Bobbie Rose at: bobbie.rose@ucsf.edu

California Childcare Health Program (CDPH):

Guidance for Schools and Childcare website offers child care programs information on how to disinfect and sanitize child care environments. For more information, visit the CDPH website.

CDPH – Novel Coronavirus Alert poster in English.

CDPH – Alerta de Nuevo Coronavirus en Español.

CDC – Stop The Spread of Germs: Help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19 poster.

Symptoms of Coronavirus Disease 2019: Learn to identify the symptoms of COVID-19 poster.

California MAP-to Inclusion & Belonging Making Access Possible: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Taking Care of the Children-Six Sets of Resources: In this newsletter you find links to: Official Website for Coronavirus Information, Information Specific to Children and Adults with Disabilities, Resources for Families, Resources for Kids to Explain the Coronavirus, Webinars for Early Childhood Educators on Managing Infectious Diseases, Take Care of Yourself! To read the newsletter visit their website.