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  • Children are comforted when needed.
  • Children are treated as individuals.
  • Children can get things for themselves.
  • Children seem happy.
  • Different kinds of space are available for quiet play, active play and outdoor play.
  • Disciplinary methods are acceptable.
  • I feel comfortable leaving my child here.
  • I would be happy here if I were a child.
  • In a family day home, ask how long the provider has been caring for children.
  • Meals and snacks are appetizing.
  • Most staff have been in the program for at least one year.
  • Parents are involved in decision-making.
  • Parents can visit unannounced.
  • Parents have a chance to speak with staff when they drop off and pick up children.
  • People who have used this service speak well of it.
  • References are provided.
  • Safety precautions are established.
  • Staff members and children get along well.
  • Staff members seem to have enough time to look after all children.
  • Staff members take time to discuss a child’s progress with parents regularly.
  • The fees fit my price range.
  • The group size and age grouping are acceptable.
  • The hours suit my schedule.
  • The setting is clean and cheerful.
  • There are enough books, paints, blocks, musical toys, games and puzzles, etc.
  • There are opportunities for parents to be involved with the program.
  • There are rules the children can understand and follow.
  • There is a balanced daily routine.
  • There is a safety plan to follow in emergencies.
  • There is enough space for all activities.
  • They are warm and friendly.
  • They have been trained to care for children.
  • Transportation is available.
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