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Child Care Services at Bright Future
Bright Future will not exclude any individual with a disability or relationship or association with a person with a disability from the full and equal enjoyment of its services and facilities. Bright Future also will not require additional charges for services because a child or parent has a disability. Examples of affording equal access may include:
- Providing child care services to a child with a disability and his or her parents even though Bright Future believes that the child may require more care or expense than providing child care services to a child without a disability.
- Providing child care services to a child whose parent has a disability even though Bright Future believes it may take more staff time or resources to have the parent as a customer.
Bright Future will not exclude children with disabilities cause by communicable diseases unless Bright Future can show that providing services to the child would pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other children or staff. A determination that a child would pose a direct threat to the health or safety of others may not be based on fear or stereotypes about the risk of transmitting the disease. A direct threat does not exist if the risk can be eliminated or reduced to an acceptable level by reasonable modifications to policies or procedures.
Bright Future will provide appropriate auxiliary aids and services, free of charge, when necessary to ensure effective communications with individuals with disabilities. Examples of appropriate auxiliary aids and services may include:
- Exchanging notes to communicate with a deaf parent on a simple issue that can be quickly communicated, such as a routine reminder to pick up a child on time.
- Providing a qualified sign language interpreter to communicate with a deaf parent on a more complex issue that typically requires a longer discussion, such as conversations about a child?s behavioral or health issues.
- Assisting a child with low vision in finding his or her way from inside the daycare center to the playground.
Bright Future will make reasonable modifications in policies, practices, or procedures when necessary to ensure that its services are available in a nondiscriminatory manner. Bright Future will not impose extra charges for these reasonable modifications. Examples of reasonable modifications may include:
- Making an exception to a toilet training requirement and providing diapering or other necessary assistance for a child with a disability who is not toilet trained.
- Providing appropriate food/snacks for a child with a food allergy.
- Administering medication to a child when no special medical expertise is required, such as administering medication that parents administer to a child at home.
Why Choose Us?
- Part-Time or Full-Time Care
- Family-Oriented Atmosphere
- All Locations Have Security Coded Doors
- We Background Check All Employees
- Most Staff are CPR and First Aid Trained
- Professional and Experienced Staff Members
- Member Of Stars For Kids Now