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Day Care

A Resource Guide for Day Care's cover artThe Connecticut Department of Public Health (CT DPH) Asthma Program has revised the Managing Asthma in Connecticut Child Care Facilities. The intent of this childcare provider manual is to provide resources and guidance for programs that care for children in their preschool years.

 

Additionally, DPH offers the Child Day Care SAFER program. This is an initiative to identify licensed day cares that operate on land or in buildings that may be affected by hazardous chemicals as well as help them become environmentally clean and green.

 

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