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Without proper precautions, early childhood settings can be prone to
the spread of infectious diseases. Review the information in your text
on the transmission of infectious diseases (pp. 425–435 and 461–472).
Briefly explain the four ways infectious diseases can be spread,
giving an example of each. Then identify sanitary practices that can
prevent the spread of illness for each of these four methods of
Review your course text readings on role modeling, especially pages
392–396, and explain why adults should model good health behaviors for
children. Describe three different health behaviors you might model
for children and their families. For each, describe at least one step
you could take to help children, and possibly their families, adopt
Early childhood professionals are not expected to diagnose serious
illnesses; however, they should be able to identify symptoms that may
indicate infectious diseases common in young children. Imagine, for
example, that a 3-year-old arrives at school in the morning with a
runny nose. The mucus is clear, and he has no other obvious symptoms
except for a slight cough. Because his symptoms are mild, his teacher
decides to allow him to stay at school, but she continues to observe
him closely throughout the day to see if his condition worsens.
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