Harvard, Thrive Global, CAA, and Bright Horizons Partner To Open Special Child Care Hubs To Meet the Needs Of First Responders

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March 29, 2020 – An article from Thrive Global describes the initiative by Harvard School of Public Health, Thrive Global, CAA and Bright Horizons to open special child care hubs to meet the needs of frontline healthcare workers who need, first and foremost, to respond to the needs of their own young children.

"Bright Horizons will operate with special COVID-19 protocols in place, including limited capacity and small group sizes, enhanced teacher:child ratios, and intensive hygiene and cleaning practices. The centers will be staffed with expertly trained and experienced local Bright Horizons early educators. Care will be available for children ages infants through 6 years old and will be free to frontline healthcare workers."

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