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COVID-19 Resources for ELC Facilities, Parents, Unlicensed Childcare (Summer Camps and home care)


Licensed Early Learning and Childcare Facilities

Operational Plan

Employers and businesses must have a documented plan that specifically addresses COVID-19. While your documented plan doesn’t need to be approved by WorkSafeNB or Public Health, it needs to be available at any time. You could be asked for it by either regulatory body.

WorkSafeNB has developed a template to assist in the development of an operational plan. This template helps guide employers through some of the key areas to consider when assessing the risk surrounding the safe opening and continued operations of workplaces. Review the “Embracing the New Normal as We Safely Return to Work – Guidelines for New Brunswick workplaces re-opening in a COVID-19 environment”. (May 8, 2020)

COVID-19 Operational Plan Guide : Keeping New Brunswickers Safer Together (May 2020)
This basic ‘how-to’ guide will help you to get started developing an operational plan for your New Brunswick business/service

Unlicensed Childcare (Summer Camps and home care)

Operational Plan

Employers and businesses must have a documented plan that specifically addresses COVID-19. While your documented plan doesn’t need to be approved by WorkSafeNB or Public Health, it needs to be available at any time. You could be asked for it by either regulatory body.

WorkSafeNB has developed a template to assist in the development of an operational plan. This template helps guide employers through some of the key areas to consider when assessing the risk surrounding the safe opening and continued operations of workplaces. Review the “Embracing the New Normal as We Safely Return to Work – Guidelines for New Brunswick workplaces re-opening in a COVID-19 environment”. (May 8, 2020)

COVID-19 Operational Plan Guide : Keeping New Brunswickers Safer Together (May 2020)
This basic ‘how-to’ guide will help you to get started developing an operational plan for your New Brunswick business/service

Parents

Learning at Home : Resources for Families

Children are always learning, even when schools are closed. There are so many activities that provide opportunities for growth. Some of the best learning happens in everyday moments shared with children.

No requirements are posted on this site. Families know best what learning expectations will be reasonable based on their own circumstances.

Although many of our roles are different right now, we want to assure you that our work to provide you with resources and encouragement is ongoing. We hope you will find the materials on this site helpful for supporting learning at home.

https://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/departments/education/learning_at_home.html


Francophone Activity Directory

The Francophone sector of the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development have created an activity directory for children 0-5 years old.

This will give you ideas for playing and learning with your child at home. Every two weeks, a new activity sheet will be added to the activity directory.

Here is the web link to discover the activity directory and other early childhood resources available in French: https://jemeduque.ca/activites?filter_23=parent&filter_16=np

For children aged 5-12, educational and fun activities are also available, depending on the grade level, on the Web platform https://jemeduque.ca/ Information frequently updated.