Cases involving SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) or SUID (Sudden Unexpected Infant Death) at child care facilities often call for strict scrutiny of the facility’s programs, policies, and procedures related to providing a safe sleeping environment. In this article, Child Care Operations & Child Supervision Expert, Janice Inman describes the standard of care for preventing infant crib death incidents in child care settings.
Factors such as the age of the children, specific care environments (residential, church-run, commercial, etc.), and facility policies and procedures are all relevant in the investigation of childcare mishaps. In this webinar, childcare operations expert, Janice Inman discusses the standard of care for protecting children from hazards within supervised care facilities.
Attendees will learn about relevant state and national childcare standards, facility hazard analyses, and the standard of care for child supervision.
This webinar video focuses on the industry standards relevant to providing safe facility-based programs for pre-school and school-aged children. Panelists from our Supervision practice group examine policies and procedures within the context of two scenarios common in our casework, infant death and school discipline.
Attendees will develop a stronger understanding of the standards relevant to organizations that serve children. They will also gain valuable insight into the forensic process, including tips on preparing case information for expert analysis.