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1. Gather supplies before
placing child on diapering
surface

2. Don disposable gloves if


needed
- (Should be used if
caregiver has cuts,
sores, or chapping on
hands)
3. Use disposable
towelette or moistened
paper towel to clean
child, wiping front to
back

4. Dispose of gloves, if
used, soiled towelettes,
and diaper in a plastic-
lined, covered
receptacle
5. Wipe hands with
disposable towelette or
moistened paper towel

6. Slide a clean diaper


under the child, applying
diapering products if
needed, using facial or
toilet tissue, discarding
tissue in a plastic-lined,
covered receptacle
7. Fasten diaper and place
clothing on child
8. Wash child’s hands in accordance
with Rule .2803 from the child care
handbook:

- If child is unable to support


his/her head, clean the
child’s hands with a
disposable towelette or
moistened paper towel, then
dry the child’s hands and
return the child to a supervised
area

See: Child Care Handbook


Handwashing Rules
9. Spray entire diapering
surface with detergent
solution and wipe clean; use
disposable paper towels

10. Spray entire diapering


surface with approved
disinfecting solution and
allow to remain on surface
for two minutes or as
specified by the
manufacturer, or air-dry
11. Wash hands (of caregiver) in
accordance with Rule .2803, even if
disposable gloves are used by the
caregiver

See: NC Child Care Handbook


Handwashing Rules
 In Pairs, using computers, create a diapering
presentation using PowerPoint.

 You should include all 11 steps, and have at


least one visual for each step!

 Then, you should be prepared to present and


DEMONSTRATE how to do these steps on a
doll, as if you are presenting to a group of new
infant teachers!