If a specific room type or catering option is required on medical grounds we do our best to provide this.
For information on physically accessible rooms, please contact the disability office.
visual impairment, deafness, cerebral palsy), which needs to be considered as a priority in our room allocation process, you need to submit evidence of your condition and complete our CDS Accommodation Requirement Form by the end of July.
Information on acceptable evidence can be found here.
Decide whether or not the program can provide the foods that meet the child’s special dietary needs before agreeing to enroll that child in the child care program.
If the program cannot provide foods to meet the child's needs, ask the parents to provide meals and snacks that meet their child's needs, or refer the family to another child care program that can better accommodate their child's special diet. Cow’s milk is a problem for some infants and young children.
Planning to accommodate a child's special dietary needs should begin before that child is enrolled in the child care program.
The program director or child care provider should ask parents about food needs and family eating patterns before enrolling their child in the child care program.