Every household has its quirks: the door that won't open unless you turn the knob a certain way, the temperamental washing machine, strange noises, and so on. Brief your caregiver on such items and make sure she understands how to operate all other appliances in your house, especially the security system, if you have one. Your caregiver should also have on hand your child's health insurance policy information; written directions to your house, including cross streets; and information on your child's blood type and any allergies he or she may have. On page 66 you'll find a medical release form to copy for your provider to carry at all times.
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