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Child Care Concerns by Bill Muehlenberg, The Australian Family, March 2001, p.19
2000-2003 Australian Family Association
www.family.org.au/journal/2001/j20010319.html
The work of people like John Bowlby, Selma Fraiberg, Robert Karen, Jay Belsky, Ronald Haskins and Mary Ainsworth, to name but a few, has shown a clear connection between extended periods of maternal absence, and lengthy stays in day care (as little as 10 hours a week) for infants, and later developmental problems.
Category = Development
Child Care Concerns by Bill Muehlenberg, The Australian Family, March 2001, p.19
2000-2003 Australian Family Association
www.family.org.au/journal/2001/j20010319.html

 

"Children deprived of parental care in early childhood are likely to be withdrawn, disruptive, insecure, or even intellectually stunted. New research [even suggests] that the depression resulting from separation anxiety in early childhood can cause a permanent impairment of the immune system making these children prone to physical illness through their lives."
Category = Development, Disease
Child Care Concerns by Bill Muehlenberg, The Australian Family, March 2001, p.19
2000-2003 Australian Family Association
www.family.org.au/journal/2001/j20010319.html

 

Ernest Foyer, former U.S. commissioner of education, and president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, has said that children in day care suffer in terms of language skills development. A recent American study of 4000 children found that mothers who return to work soon after giving birth may harm their child's school performance. The study showed that children of mums who work full-time struggled academically compared with those whose mums stayed at home.  Other studies have even found that children who spend a lot of time in child care are more likely to join gangs as surrogate families.
Category = Behavior, Performance
Child Care Concerns by Bill Muehlenberg, The Australian Family,  March 2001, p.19
2000-2003 Australian Family Association
www.family.org.au/journal/2001/j20010319.html
Australian studies...have to admit that children brought up in long hours of day care are more aggressive, bratty and uncooperative.
Indeed, other Australian researchers have found that these bratty preschoolers are more likely to grow up to be chronic drink-drivers*.  Other Australian studies have found that children do better in school if they have not been in child care.
*Drink-drivers - Drunk drivers
Category = Behavior

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