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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Post-Institutionalized Children
by Lynne Lyon, Nancy D'Antonio and Laura Beck, attach-china.org, ©2001
Many internationally adopted infants are at risk for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) because of their earliest life experiences
...being left alone in daycare might remind (the adopted child) of long days in the orphanage and (it could trigger a traumatic memory) where (the child) might become spaced out or withdrawn, thinking she's been abandoned again.
Category = Behavior
Daycare information: disadvantages,
allsands.com/Kids/daycareinforma_zdb_gn.htm
©2001 by PageWise, Inc.
Daycare information: Is America producing children who are void of individuality due to assembly line upbringing in daycare?

 
An excellent tool for achieving (a Socialist society) would be a government that encourages dual income families to deduct daycare expenses from their taxes so that these children are raised in a group care environment. Are they intentionally steering you to abandon your young? Have you bought their game? Have they made leaving your children convenient in order to collect tax money on not one income but two, and then let you deduct the childcare expenses so you see them as sympathetic?
Category = Politics
Children Donít Belong in Daycare By Tina Blue
childrensneeds.homestead.com/daycare1.html
21-Jan-01

 
I ran a home daycare for eighteen yearsÖ
This is an important point, you know. No matter how affectionate and well-meaning your daycare provider may be--and many of us care far more than is justified by our poor wages and impossible working conditions--your child is not her child, and there will always be a difference (sometimes subtle, sometimes not) between the way a daycare provider relates to a child and the way the child's own mother would respond to that child.
Category = Caregiver, Quality
Children Donít Belong in Daycare By Tina Blue childrensneeds.homestead.com/daycare1.html
21-Jan-01
 Now, I am not saying that all daycare providers are like that...after all, I was a daycare provider myself. But how would you know whether your daycare provider was treating your child unfairly? A woman can be all sweetness and smiles when you're around, and then turn cold the minute you walk out the door.
Category = Caregiver, Quality
Children Donít Belong in Daycare By Tina Blue
childrensneeds.homestead.com/daycare1.html
21-Jan-01
...And she might not even mean to be unkind. The typical daycare provider starts far too early in the morning, works way too many hours, and finishes way too late in the evening. The pay is lousy, the hours are outrageous, there are no benefits, and it is pretty much guaranteed that the parents will exploit her in every way they can.
Category = Caregiver, Quality

 

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