|Self Report Form|
|72- Hour Notification Form|
|Self Report FAQs|
The purpose of the Self Report and 72- Hour Notification form for a program that is not currently accredited is to:
- Ensure that the program's ability to meet upcoming Candidacy or site visit requirements is not compromised
- Provide the NAEYC Academy of the most up-to-date program information
If your program is currently accredited, review Update NAEYC- Currently Accredited.
Use the charts below to determine how to inform NAEYC of changes within your program.
Self Report form: Programs must inform NAEYC of all major programmatic changes using the Self Report form within 30 days of the change.
TYPE OF CHANGE
Major Changes to the program. Examples of major changes include, but are not limited to:
72- Hour Notification form: Programs must notify NAEYC of critical incidents that may impact program quality status within 72 hours by completing a 72- Hour Notification form.
TYPE OF INCIDENT
Any suspension or revocation in program’s license or regulatory status
Any incident that did or could have compromised the essential health or safety of any child, such as but not limited to:
|Any operational disruption that prevents a program from serving children for any period of time.|
Listed below are the possible outcomes of Self Reports and 72- Hour Notification forms for programs that are not currently accredited. If your program is currently accredited, review Update NAEYC- Currently Accredited.
- The program's pursuit of accreditation is maintained and no further information or action is required.
- The process for seeking accreditation is terminated. Programs will be provided with specific options to seek NAEYC Accreditation in the future.
For more information, refer to the Required Criteria Policy.