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What do you think of placing children in child-care centers so mothers can work? -- question to Dr. James Dobson, founder and CEO of "Focus on the Family, a non-profit Christian ministry dedicated to the preservation of the family.
family.org  17-Jul-03

 
I don't believe any arrangement for children can compete with an intact family where the mother raises her kids and the father is also very involved in their lives.  There are at least four reasons that is true.
First, children thrive and learn better when they enjoy one-on-one relationships with adults rather than as members of a group. 
Second, you can't pay an employee in a child-care center enough to care for children like their own mothers will do.  Children are a mother's passion, and it shows.
Third, research verifies that kids at home are healthier than those who are regularly exposed to diseases, coughs, and sneezes from other boys and girls.
Fourth, a bonding is more likely to occur between parents and children when the developmental milestones are experienced firsthand.  Families should be there when the first step is taken and the first word is spoken and when fears and anxieties arise.  Certainly, others can substitute for Mom in those special moments, but something precious is lost if a surrogate witnesses them.
In short, I recognize the need for healthy child-care facilities in situations that demand them, but group living is not in the best interests of kids
-- Dr. James Dobson
Category = Disease, Quality
Study links Day Care, Behavior Problems,
by Stuart Shepard
, Family News in Focus, family.org, 17-Jul-03
The number of hours children spend in day care is linked to the level of behavior problems they have later in life, according to a...federal study published in the current edition of the scientific journal, Child Development
...The researchers found that, as the hours of day care increased, the reports of problem behavior (disobedience, destroying property and fighting) generally increased right along with them...
"Those findings held true for children from all walks of life, and from all types of care, and for children in different quality of care", (said Sarah Friedman, the study's lead author).
..."As a parent, I'd be extremely concerned if I thought that my child was going to start to exhibit those behaviors because of the day-care experience.", said Dr. Bill Maier, a child psychologist...
Category = Behavior

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