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(5 Posts)
Stoney666 Tue 20-Nov-12 08:03:06

What would you suggest if client won't sign for anyone else (including ofsted approved assistant) to be left with their child incase of emergency?

bitsofmeworkjustfine Tue 20-Nov-12 08:05:47

that their child cant come to you.

Suppose you fell down the stairs... does she really expect that the ambulance people will wait till she gets there before they cart you off to hospital to see if you have broken your back?

Stoney666 Tue 20-Nov-12 08:38:34

Was thinking the same. Been doing this job years but never ever come across this before lol

nannynick Tue 20-Nov-12 09:30:32

Are they a first time parent? Maybe reassure them that it would not happen on a regular basis, perhaps give some examples of situations it has happened in, if indeed it has ever happened during your years of minding.

Stoney666 Tue 20-Nov-12 09:47:52

No not first time and have used a childminder before !! Will try and explain how important it is again

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