Care Arrangements We offer full-time or part-time care. Please contact us to inquire about available space.
What information must parents supply to Pei-Pei’s Playhouse?
Before we can accept your child for care, you must supply these items:
- Current immunization record
- Emergency contact information
- List of any food allergies or special dietary needs
- Written consent to dispense any form of medication or treatment, including over-the-counter medications, sunscreen, lotion, and the like (if it is ingested or applied topically, you must provide written consent).
- Pick-up authorization (Caregivers must provide information on all people authorized to pick up a child, and give written 48-hour advance notice for changes to pick-up authorization. Additionally, any person picking up the child must be able to provide a current valid photo ID upon request.)
What items should parents supply while their child is in care?
Parents should supply these items:
- Change of clothes
- Diapers and wipes
- Ample supply of bottles (breastmilk or pre-measured formula) for infants
- Baby food for infants transitioning to solids
Does Pei-Pei’s Playhouse provide snacks and drinks?
Yes! We provide healthy snack and beverages (milk and water) unless other accommodations have been made for children with special dietary needs. ***This is not a nut, gluten, and dairy free environment.***
What is your sick child policy?
For the safety and health of all children at Pei-Pei’s playhouse, we have created the following wellness and attendance guidelines.
- Fever: If a child has a fever, he/she must be fever-free for 24 hours before returning to Pei-Pei’s Playhouse for care.
- Vomiting and Diarrhea: Children who vomit or have diarrhea must remain home until symptom free. Children should be symptom-free for 24 hours before returning to Pei-Pei’s Playhouse for care.
What types of activities do children participate in while at Pei-Pei’s Playhouse?
We engage children through a variety of age-appropriate activities, including . . .
- Free play
- Reading and literacy-building activities
- Outdoor play, weather permitting
- Music and movement
- Rest time
- Art/sensory input
What else should parents expect?
As a multilingual child care provider, you should expect that your child will be spoken to in both English and Mandarin, unless you direct otherwise.