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Shining Starz Preschool “Where Little Starz Learn to Shine” 2 – 5 years

Open year round, 6:30am – 6:00 pm

Free VPK / Extended hours available

Home cooked meals

Curriculum from the University of North Florida used center wide

CCC/ELC accepted

Half / Full day programs

Please stop by – No appointment necessary 1541 54th Ave. N. St. Petersburg, FL

727-526-6931

No registration / extra parent fees

Preparing for an emergency in your home by by Charles Charles A. A. Welborn, Welborn, MD, MD, MPH, MPH, FAAP, FAAP, FACEP FACEP Medical Director, After Hours Pediatrics Medical Director, After Hours Pediatrics Urgent Urgent Care Care

As part of National Emergency Medical Services Week (May 15-21), May 18th will honor Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC). Emergency care for children has changed over the past several years with new standards for child-sized equipment, child-directed treatment regimens and specialized training for 911 providers on how to care for children. The 911 system is designed to provide emergency care to those with life threatening conditions or in life threatening situations. In order to assist these prehospital providers to best care for your child in an emergency, here are a few hints to help you be prepared ahead of time:

License # C050899

1. If your child takes any medications, it is important to keep an up-to-date list of the name of the medicine, how much your child takes and how often they take it. 2.  Keep a list of emergency phone numbers, including all contact information for parents or guardians, your child’s doctor and your child’s pharmacy. 3. Keep a list of important documents, such as allergies, insurance coverage, guardianship documents and immunization records, etc. All of these items can be place in an envelope on top of your refrigerator so they are easily accessible in an emergency. 4. Think ahead about in what type of situations you may need to call 911. Remember, 911 should be reserved

WESTCHESTER LEARNING CENTER

Where Children Come First n Free Registratio

Low student-teacher ratio

Lic. # C960040

Enrolling Now!

2 months – VPK | 7:00am – 5:30pm

Traditional Academic Program Free VPK program | CCC accepted | Open year round

Westchester Learning Center

Phonics reading method Music • Drama for 2.5 – 4 years old Clean, carpeted outdoor playground Snacks included! Hot lunches available

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Say you saw it in the Gulf Coast Family Newspaper

438 62nd Ave N, St. Petersburg FL

727-521-9503

www.childcarestpetelargo.com

Now enrolling for Summer VPK

www.gulfcoastfamily.org

Gulf Coast Family - May 2012 - Pinellas  

Gulf Coast Family's primary purpose is to encourage families along the Gulf Coast by providing worthwhile information that deals with family...

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