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Pre to Three: Policy Implications of Child Brain Development
by Dr. Diane Fisher
Independent Women's Forum
iwf.org, 22-Jul-97
There are some misunderstandings about attachment; in a recent national Zero to Three survey, more than half of parents surveyed thought that the more caregivers a child is exposed to in the first three years (as would occur in a daycare setting), the better. In fact, attachment optimally occurs with a single person. Experts believe it is only after this secure relationship is firmly established (roughly in the middle of the first year) that baby is ready for secondary attachment figures.  Multiple caregivers, a common phenomena in institutional care, is very destructive...
Category = Quality
Pre to Three: Policy Implications of Child Brain Development
by Dr. Diane Fisher
Independent Women's Forum
iwf.org, 22-Jul-97
Our culture has had a romantic almost wishful perspective on parenting. We have wanted to believe in quality time, we have wanted to believe that no matter how many hours the parent is separated from the child (while the child is in daycare), that parent will stay just as intimately engaged, just as knowledgeable and competent as if the parent had been with the child all day. We are seeing that this is just not true.
Category = Politics
Pre to Three: Policy Implications of Child Brain Development
by Dr. Diane Fisher
Independent Women's Forum
iwf.org, 22-Jul-97
A favorite argument is to say, "sure, more time with kids is best, but the days of staying at home are over." In fact, the majority of parents of young children work out arrangements that do not require both of them to work full time.
We are inundated with polls showing parents want more time with children, not more day-care. To say that day-care is the only viable economic reality or model for the future is just not valid.
Category = Politics
Pre to Three: Policy Implications of Child Brain Development
by Dr. Diane Fisher
Independent Women's Forum
iwf.org, 22-Jul-97
Despite the fact that the latest research confirms the importance of attachment.. we are paradoxically calling for more and better nationalized day-care.
When day-care is presented not as an option, but as the model for the future, we have to ask ourselves, why?
Category = Politics 

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