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Family and Home Network Asks Government to Adopt wholehearted Family Policy, by Cathy Myers, familyandhome.org,
October 2003
“Research confirms how crucial it is for parents to spend generous amounts of time with children from infancy through the teen years,” said Cathy Myers, executive director of Family and Home Network.

“Well-regarded professionals, such as pediatrician T. Berry Brazelton, M.D. and child psychiatrist Stanley I. Greenspan, M.D., have suggested that farming out the care of children to others (i.e., day care) is a 30 year experiment that must be reassessed in light of what children require. However, federal, state and local governments continue to promote the status quo, through a tax code that discriminates against at-home parents, and an infrastructure that provides extensive information on paid child care (daycare), without offering adequate resources on at-home options,” said Myers.

...the government should be equally supportive of all child care choices, and not favor one form of child care over another.

...Tax policies should not favor paid child care (day-care) over parental care of children.
Category = Politics
Who's Minding the Kids?
Interrogatory, Q & A by Kathryn Jean Lopez, interview of Brian Robertson, author of "The Day Care Deception:  What the Child Care Establishment isn't telling us", National Review Online, nationalreview.com 

01-Oct-03

 

"...I don't think that child's place is in commercial, group care, thrown together with a bunch of other infants and toddlers, where he or she is eighteen times more likely to become ill compared with children at home, four times more likely to be hospitalized, and at 50 to 100 percent increased risk for contracting a fatal or maiming disease for each year in day care. Where, according to the government's own ongoing study of child care, that child has a three times greater risk of developing serious behavior problems like noncompliance, talking too much, arguing a lot, temper tantrums, demanding a lot of attention, disrupting class discipline, cruelty, meanness, bullying, explosive behavior, and getting in lots of fights. I think these and other findings show that this vast social experiment of taking preschool children out of the home setting for most of their waking hours is incredibly risky at best. I think it's a ticking time bomb for our society" - Brian Robertson
Category = Behavior, Disease

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