Wonder Years accepts application for all children, this
includes any child with disability. In determining
whether to enroll and serve a child with a disability
Wonder Years, with parental consent, requests any
information related to the child's participation in the
centers program. We would obtain this information from
the Local Education Agency, Early Intervention Program
or other Health or Service Providers. While considering
the parent's needs, the center will identify in writing
the specific accommodations, if any, required to meet
the needs of the child.
Things we take in to consideration when making our
Any changes or modification to our daily activities in
order for th child to participate.
The size of the group and the teacher/child ratio.
Any specific equipment, materials, ramps or aids that
would be needed to serve the child.
Upon receiving authorized and requested information the
center has 30 days to reply to parents. If, in the
centers judgment, the accommodation required to serve
the child would cause undue burden to the center, the
reason for the decision must be stated and parents need
to be informed that they may contact ( Office of Child
Care Services) ? and request that they determine it the
center is in compliance.
The center will maintain a copy of the notification.
Children with a disability will not be considered an
When making a determination, the center will consider
the following factors.
1. The nature and cost of the accommodations needed to
provide care foot? the child at the program;
2. Ability to secure funding or services of the
3. The overall financial resources of the licensee;
4. The number of persons employed by the licensee;
5. The effect on expenses and resources ,or the impact
otherwise of such action upon the licensee.
With parental permission , the center will participate
in the development/ review of the child's program plan
LEA, Early Intervention Program and other health and
The center shall, with parental permission, inform the
administration of Special Education, in writing, that a
child with a disability is attending the center.