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Preparing for Disaster: What Every Early Childhood Director Needs to Know

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112 pages1 hour

Summary

Disasters happen without warning. A catastrophic event can destroy an early childhood program, and preparedness is the responsibility of any program director. Based on the authors’ experiences working in Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina, Preparing for Disaster explains the steps directors can take to insure the safety of the children they care for and the program itself. This groundbreaking guide contains forms, worksheets, staff-training workshops, and task lists, as well as helpful guidelines and insights. From universal disasters like fires and epidemics to regional disasters like tornadoes and wildfires, Preparing for Disaster is filled with practical advice for every program director.

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