Daycare Design Layout

DAYCARE DESIGN LAYOUT

The daycare design layout centers is very important and most of the times architects tend to ignore some key areas in the layout which should have been added otherwise. So, preferably one should always hire the architects specializing in a field, here Daycare Designing.

If you are also one of those who want to keep a cross-check and ensure that your architect is not missing out on anything then take a look at these few spaces that should be incorporated in the design of your daycare layout.

Spaces which every daycare center should integrate:

1. TODDLER SPACE
2. INFANT SPACE
3. KITCHEN
4. LAUNDRY
5. RECEPTION
6. NAPPING AREA
7. TOILETS
8. ACTIVITY ROOM
9. NURSE’S STATION
10. STAFF SPACE

Toddler Space : This space should only accommodate toddlers as they move, objects and furniture that is unbreakable and with curved edges should be allowed.

Infant Space : Newborn babies don’t move much but they need silence in order to sleep so noise proof doors and windows can be incorporated.

Kitchen : To prepare a healthy meal for children, a clean and hygienic kitchen should be present.

Laundry : Children often spoil their clothes so laundry space should be present and it should be inaccessible for children.

Reception : It is important to have a reception area where the staff and parents can consult and security systems can be tracked.

Napping Area : While children can have fun in the activity rooms, there should be a napping area too where they can sleep and rest up.

Toilets : Toilets should be properly cleaned and should be designed such that children of any height can easily access the toilets. Cleaning and sanitation products which are dangerous should be kept out of the reach of children.

Activity Room : The activity room should have good space where children can move about and play games.

Nurses’ Station : The most crucial and often ignored space. For first aid services, there should be a medical room in case of emergencies.

Staff Space : Along with children, the staff is also important so there should be staff spaces where the staff can manage the work and have meetings as and when required.