Accomodating a child
Planning to accommodate a child's special dietary needs should begin before that child is enrolled in the child care program.
Allergic reactions range from mild skin sensitivity to very severe symptoms, including difficulty breathing.
I’m not sure why some teachers believe that differentiating instruction to help a child learn is somehow “unfair” to other kids who don’t need that particular assistance.
Accommodations are intended to level the playing field for people with disabilities. It is likely to take longer for you to complete a test or reading assignment than a person with good vision.
Food allergies, cultural and religious preferences, and vegetarian diets are common issues in a child care program.
Child care providers, center directors, and parents need to work together in order to ensure that children with special dietary needs receive appropriate foods.