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Attachment and Childcare by Stone Wolfsong, MA, the Director of Family and Child Services and Education at Red Rocks Community College  instituteforattachment.org,
Institute for Attachment & Child Developement,  2002
My observations lead me to conclude that the conditions of poor and mediocre quality care of children affect the essential trust between parent and child and therefore the attachment style of the child. The interactions I have observed between...caregivers and young children in center after center are typical of parenting patterns of dismissing, preoccupied and disorganized AAI* classifications
*AAI = Adult Attachment Interview - A semi-structured interview that assesses whether internal working models of attachment persist into adulthood.  Researchers using this tool argue that it is possible to see mother-offspring patterns enduring from the previous generation into the present generation.
Category = Behavior, Quality
Attachment and Childcare by Stone Wolfsong, Institute for Attachment & Child Developement, instituteforattachment.org, 2002 The typical rate of pay (of daycare workers) is below the poverty level. Many childcare workers work 9-10 hours a day with no breaks. What AAI classification of adult do these working conditions attract? The turnover rate is astronomical, thus depriving infants and toddlers of the secure relationships so vital to their development.
Category = Quality
America's Childcare 'Crisis':  Early Advocacy vs. Mother-care
by Thomas J. Shaheen and Seth Johnston, Briefings for the Future of Pennsylvania's Families, 2002
...when it comes to raising young children, center-based care should be the exception, not the rule.
Category = Politics
America's Childcare 'Crisis':  Early Advocacy vs. Mother-care
by Thomas J. Shaheen and Seth Johnston,
Briefings for the Future of Pennsylvania's Families, 2002
Government should not be in the business of childcare, nor should it be encouraging parents to place young children in care outside the home.
Category = Politics

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