Coronavirus: Childcare Information for Parents and Childcare Providers
For everything you need to know about Coronavirus and childcare, Yoopies are by your side to help make this period a little less stressful for families and childcare providers. Please find below regularly updated information regarding coronavirus measures and childcare.
1) Childcare Coronavirus Information for Parents
Lockdown measures to slow the spread of coronavirus have shaken up our normal everyday routine. We at Yoopies understand that this is a deeply stressful and confusing time for families. Keeping up to date with the latest guidance is a little tricky and you may have a lot of questions, but you’re not alone! We’ve answered some of the most frequently asked questions by parents to ensure you are 100% clear about your childcare during coronavirus. From advice regarding furlough, safety precautions to keyworker information find all you need to know in one place.
2) Childcare Coronavirus Information for Nannies and Babysitters
Lockdown measures have impacted our routine, the routine of the family we work for, and our work schedule. We understand that this may be a difficult time for nannies and babysitters. Should I continue to go to work? Can I access Government aid? What if my family refuses to furlough me? Whatever the question, find all you need to know here to ensure you and have up to date information on childcare during coronavirus.
Whether you’ve remained open for key workers and vulnerable children, have temporarily closed your childcare setting, have reopened since June 1st, we at Yoopies understand that this is a difficult and stressful time for your childminding business. What funding is available to me? Should I be back at work? Can I ask the family to keep paying me if I’m unable to work? Do I need to wear PPE? Whatever questions you may have, you're not alone. We've put together a list of the most frequently asked questions by the childminder community and will regularly provide updated information on coronavirus as the situation develops.