Table of contents for Safety, nutrition, and health in early education / Cathie Robertson.

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SECTION I Introduction
CHAPTER 1 A Holistic Approach to Safety, Nutrition and Health in Quality Early Childhood Education Environments XX
1.1 Holistic Approach XX
1.2 The Environment XX
1.3 Health Promotion, Protection, and Disease Prevention XX
1.4 Risk and Risk Management of Children¿s Well-Being XX
Reality Check: Children and the Impact of War and Terrorism
1.5 Providing High Quality Early Childhood Education in Safety, Nutrition, and Health XX
1.6 Building Curriculum for Quality Early Childhood Education
Reality Check: Early Childhood Education Environments in America: The Reality XX
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
SECTION II Safety in Early Childhood Education XX
CHAPTER 2 Creating Safe Environments for Early Childhood Education XX
2.1 Safety Policies XX
2.2 Structuring Safe Environments XX
Reality Check: Child Custody and the Impact on Early Childhood Education Environments XX
2.3 Injury Prevention Management XX
2.4 Constructing a Safety Plan for Early Childhood Education Environments XX 
2.5 Implications for Teachers XX
Reality Check: Bullying in the Early Childhood Education Environment
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies
CHAPTER 3 Indoor Safety XX
3.1 Indoor Safety Policies XX
3.2 Indoor Safety Guidelines XX
Reality Check: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome XX
3.3 Indoor Equipment Safety XX
3.4 Toy Safety XX
3.5 Interpersonal Safety XX
Reality Check: Kids and Guns XX
3.6 Poison Control XX
3.7 Fire and Burn Prevention XX
3.8 Implications for Teachers XX
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies
CHAPTER 4 Outdoor Safety XX
4.1 Safety Policies for the Outdoor Early Childhood Education Environment XX
4.2 Examining Early Childhood Education Environments for Outdoor Hazards XX
Reality Check: Sun Safety XX
Reality Check: Neighborhood Violence XX
4.3 Playground Equipment Safety XX
4.4 Traffic and Transportation Safety XX
4.5 Water Safety XX
4.6 Implications for Teachers XX
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies
CHAPTER 5 Emergency Response Procedures for Early Childhood Education Environments XX
5.1 Safety Policies for Emergency Response XX
5.2 Identifying an Emergency XX
5.3 Basic Emergency Response Procedures XX
5.4 Basic Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and First Aid XX
5.5 Emergency Planning for Children with Special Needs XX
5.6 Disaster Preparedness XX
Reality Check: Creating an Emergency Natural Disaster Plan for Your Early Childhood Education Environment XX
5.7 Implications for Teachers XX
Reality Check: For Human-Generated Disasters
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies
SECTION III Nutrition in Early Childhood Education XX
CHAPTER 6 Basic Nutrition in Early Childhood Education Environments XX
6.1 Nutrition Policies XX
6.2 Understanding Nutritional Guidelines XX
6.3 Basic Macronutrients XX
Reality Check: How is America Eating: Do We Fulfill Our
Nutritional Needs? XX
6.4 Basic Micronutrients XX
6.5 Implications for Teachers XX
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies 
 
CHAPTER 7 Protecting Good Nutrition in Early Childhood Education XX
7.1 Specific Nutritional Policies XX
7.2 Hunger and Malnutrition XX
7.3 Obesity XX
7.4 Physical Activity and Exercise XX
Reality Check: Television and Its Effects on Children¿s Diet and Exercise XX
7.5 Food Allergies XX
Reality Check: Peanut Allergy XX
7.6 Other Childhood Nutritional Challenges XX
7.7 Implications for Teachers XX
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies
CHAPTER 8 Providing Good Nutrition in Early Childhood Education Environments XX
8.1 Specific Nutritional Policies XX
8.2 Early Feeding and the Infant in Care XX
8.3 Feeding the Autonomous Toddler XX
8.4 Food and the Preschooler XX
8.5 School-Age Nutrition XX
Reality Check: Children of the Fast Food Generation XX
8.6 Nutrition and the Child with Special Needs XX
8.7 Implications for Teachers XX
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies
CHAPTER 9 Menu Planning and Food Safety in Early Childhood Education Environments XX
9.1 Nutritional Policies XX
9.2 Guidelines for Food Programs XX
9.3 Menu Planning for Early Childhood Education Environments XX
9.4 Food Safety in Early Childhood Education Environments XX
Reality Check: E. coli and Children XX
9.5 Implications for Teachers XX
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies
SECTION IV Health in Early Childhood Education Environments XX
CHAPTER 10 Promoting Good Health for Quality Early Childhood Education Environments XX
10.1 Health Policies XX
10.2 Children¿s Health Records XX
10.3 Staff Health XX
10.4 Providing a Mentally Healthy Environment XX
Reality Check: Children with Stress XX
10.5 Implications for Teachers XX
Reality Check: Secondhand Smoke XX
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies
CHAPTER 11 Tools for Promoting Good Health in Children XX
11.1 Health Policies XX
11.2 Recording Health Status of Children XX
11.3 Assessing a Child¿s Health Status XX
Reality Check: Effects of Lead Poisoning on Children XX
Reality Check: Poverty and Childhood XX
11.4 Implications for Teachers XX
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies
CHAPTER 12 Prevention of Illness in Early Childhood Education Environments through Infection Control XX
12.1 Health Policies for Infection Control XX
12.2 Mechanisms of Infectious Disease Spread XX
Reality Check: The Issue of Head Lice in Early Childhood Education XX
12.3 Immunizations for Disease Prevention XX
Reality Check: At Risk for Preventable Diseases
12.4 Universal Sanitary Practices for the Early Childhood Education Environment XX
12.5 Environmental Quality Control for Disease Prevention XX
12.6 Implications for Teachers XX
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies
CHAPTER 13 Supportive Health Care in Early Childhood Education Environments XX
13.1 Health Policies XX
13.2 Identification of Infectious Diseases XX
Reality Check: Otitis Media in the Early Childhood Education Environment XX
13.3 Managing Infectious Diseases in Child Care XX
13.4 Managing Care for Mildly Ill Children XX
Reality Check: Special Care for Mildly Ill Children XX
13.5 Managing Chronic Illness of Children in Early Childhood Environments
13.6 Optimizing Health in Early Childhood Education Environments
13.7 Implications for Teachers XX
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies
SECTION V Current Issues in Early Childhood Education Safety,
Nutrition, and Health XX
CHAPTER 14 Child Maltreatment
14.1 Policies for Child Maltreatment XX
14.2 Preventive Measures for Child Maltreatment XX
Reality Check: Shaken Baby Syndrome XX
14.3 Protective Measures for Child Maltreatment XX
Reality Check: Domestic Violence and Its Effect on Children¿s Lives XX
14.4 Working with Children from Substance-Abusing Families XX
Reality Check: Helping Vulnerable Children to Become Resilient XX
14.5 Implications for Teachers XX
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies
 
CHAPTER 15 Children with Disabilities or Other Special Needs XX
15.1 Policies for Children with Disabilities and Other Special Needs XX
15.2 Inclusion of Children with Disabilities and Other Special Needs into Early Childhood Education Environments XX
15.3	The Team Approach XX
Reality Check: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) XX
15.4 Supporting the Child with Disabilities or Other Special Needs XX
Reality Check : Autism XX
15.5 Supporting Families Who Have a Child with Disabilities or Other Special Needs XX
Reality Check: Children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)
15.6 Implications for Teachers XX
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies
CHAPTER 16 Creating Linkages XX
16.1 Policies for Creating Linkages XX
16.2 Toward Better Communication Skills XX
16.3 Cultural Competency XX
16.4 Accessing Community Resources XX
Reality Check: Bananas¿A Few People Can Make a Difference XX
16.5 Developing Effective Advocacy XX
16.6 Creating a Caring Community for Families XX
Chapter Summary XX
To Go Beyond XX
Case Studies
Appendix A Sources of Materials Related to Safety, Nutrition, and Health XX
Glossary XX
Index XX

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

School children -- Health and hygiene -- United States.
Early childhood education -- United States.
School health services -- United States.
Schools -- United States -- Safety measures.
Day care centers -- Health aspects -- United States.
Day care centers -- United States -- Safety measures.