COVID-19 Reopening: Information for Providers, Practitioners and Parents
updated 20 July 2020
The well-being, health and safety of children, their families and those working in the sector is a priority. This web-page provides guidance for parents and service providers on the reopening of early learning and care (ELC) and school-age childcare (SAC) services. Click on each item below for information:
Guidance is based on the latest public health advice available from the Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) in the HSE, which has been approved by the Expert Advisory Group of the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET). The public health advice is subject to ongoing review / updating by the HPSC. If the public health advice changes, the guidance documents on this web-page may change accordingly. Every ELC and SAC setting is different and service providers will need to use their professional judgement in determining how best to comply with the public health advice while ensuring high quality practice to support children’s well-being, learning and development.
More resources and practice examples will be added to this web-page over the coming weeks. You are therefore advised to check for updates. Irish-language resources will be available in the coming days.
Measures and contact information for DLRCCC during the COVID-19 crisis
Date Released: Thursday, April 23, 2020, updated 20 July 2020
Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Childcare Committee is following all the public health advice from Government in relation to Covid-19 and has put in place a range of measures to protect staff and help prevent the spread of the virus.
Our work is continuing. We continue to provide advice, information and support to providers and parents.
As the Covid-19 measures continue in the coming weeks, we will keep operational activities, and advice to our staff and the public, under review in the light of any new public health advice from Government
Our staff are now working remotely. Staff can be contacted by email: email@example.com We recommend contact is made in the first instance by email. If you need to speak with a Development Officer please ring the landline 01 2896600. The office phone diverts to staff mobiles who will respond to your call.
Our office is temporarily closed to visitors. Please do not call to our office location at this time.
Written correspondence can be sent to our office but response times may be necessarily delayed. We ask, where at all possible, that queries or correspondence be sent to us electronically at present.