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Everyone knows it’s true… but almost everyone’s afraid to say it:  Daycare institutions don’t care about or love your child like you do. 

For years, many experts have been warning us about the detrimental consequences for children placed in day care.

This website contains an extensive index of publications about the problems with daycare from well-known child development authorities, psychologists, psychiatrists, pediatricians, public policy analysts, sociologists, daycare providers, and others.

This collection of day care information seeks to counterbalance the relentless pressure placed upon parents to abandon their children to these impersonal institutions. 

These findings show that no amount of legislation, government funding, money, early childhood training, regulations, or inspections can make a day-care love your child. 

Although this website's hundreds of pages of information about daycare are primarily organized by date, they can easily be searched by author, subject, title, etc.
You can also click the links next to the toy blocks. 

Additionally, this website is intended to encourage and affirm those parents who have made the choice to avoid daycare and care for their own children -- a choice that too often has been criticized and devalued by many in our society. 

(If you don't like day care, click here to see what you can do...)

 

~ Recent Quote about Daycare ~
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To argue that babies and preschoolers are better off spending the work week away from their parents is not worth debating and is insulting to parents."
(Doing Time: What It Really Means To Grow Up In Daycare by May Saubier, ©2012 )

 Last updated: Wednesday, 01 January 2014
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The Daycares Don't Care website contains information about the concerns, cons, dangers, disadvantages, harm, issues, negatives, problems, and risks associated with daycare.
Other daycare-related terms are aftercare, caregiver, childcare or child care, childminder or child minder, day care or day-care, day home, early childhood development, early childhood education, educare, and nursery.