How can early years settings keep in touch with parents during a home isolation period?
Keeping communication channels open with parents, their children and staff will be essential during a period of home isolation. As a frontline service you may be the only person a parent sees on a day to day basis and they might be feeling anxious that this support network may not be part of their daily lives for the foreseeable future.
Telling parents that you will spend some time getting prepared to stay in touch will reassure them, so it will be important to have all their up to date contact information, and to ensure they have your information too.
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