Medication Management Policy

Medication Logs

Medical Hub Information Sheet


Resource parents are expected to provide for the nutritional needs of each chilD in their home, with meals, snacks and beverages that are nutritious, well balanced, of sufficient quantity, and that adhere to the most current age-appropriate nutritional and physical guidelines as recommended by the Center for Disease Control (Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, Obesity) and the American Academy of Pediatrics. Resource parents are expected to provide for any special dietary needs of children as well, including, but not limited to: vegetarian, vegan, religious and health-based diets, and any special diets prescribed by a licensed physician or other health professional under the supervision of a licensed physician. Under no circumstances, however, may resource parents impose their personal dietary restrictions based on their own religious beliefs. Further, resource parents are prohibited from providing frozen or powdered milk for drinking.

Basic Nutrition Information

Center for Disease Control Nutritional Guidelines

American Academy of Pediatrics Nutritional Guidelines

 Infant Feeding Guidelines


FREE Kits for new parents. Includes the Advice for New Parents DVD, Puppy and Friends touch-and-feel book, and much more. Kits are available in English, Spanish, Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin, and Vietnamese.

FREE Information: Health and Safety Tips, Immunization Schedules, Media and Children, Disaster Preparedness and more.

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Special Incident Reporting (SIR) Policy and Guide

Special Incident Report Form
(this is just for reference)

After Hours Contact Information