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What Daycare Workers Say -- page 27


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E-mail to this site from F.S., "Daycare", 17-Sep-11 I am a childcare provider of a small but a very high quality (has all the credentials) daycare center but I am the biggest advocate for children staying home with parents for at least 2 years of age. Young children need individual and one on one attention the time they are awake (all day). It is humanly not possible to give that attention in any childcare, regardless of how loving and caring that teacher is.
It is sad that parents leave their most precious creation to the "strangers", even animals don't leave their babies when they are young...
Category = Caregiver, Quality
E-mail to this site from B.L., 4-Oct-11 I co-own and operate a daycare...(the best) a daycare can be. With that being said, I still don't believe it is a positive situation for children to be in. The amount of attention a child requires cannot be provided by a caregiver who has to split their time between (many) children. It is simply impossible to meet each child's needs.
Yes, some daycares are AWFUL (there is no arguing that), but even the good daycares have a lot of problems that cannot be avoided when you have a group care scenario. As much as I try, I cannot get to every child when they cry. I cannot rock your baby when he is fussy, as I have other children who need my time. I cannot take the time to be patient when hand feeding your child, because someone needs to be fed after them.
E-mail to this site from J.D., 14-Oct-11 I agree so much with your site. I work at a daycare and the things I see daily are just horrible.
Everyday I have (many) infants all under 1 years old. And it gets very hectic.
Love your website and I would love to add to it.
E-mail to this site from L.S., 9-Nov-11 The center I work in is large, well-respected, and affiliated with a church, but it is a business, and so a lot of it is all about making money.
The workers are stressed and don't have time to give the kids QT*. I care about the babies in my room, but we don't have time to hold them, and the constant screaming gets to you after a while. When I first started, my coworkers begged me not to pick the babies up, because then they get used to being held, "spoiled" and they cry constantly for attention.
I have been sick and had to call out about ten or twelve times since I started there; I've had conjunctivitis, rotavirus, and countless sinus infections and fevers.
I hate my job, it is thankless, exhausting, and depressing. I will never send my children to one if I can possibly help it. I think it is so heartless to do this to children, especially when they are the tender age of the ones I care for.

Category = Caregiver, Quality
*(Quality Time)
E-mail to this site from Ashley.D., "Daycare worker/ Nanny story",
I was a daycare worker or as they called us (to sound more academic and prestigious) a preschool teacher off and on for several years and your site delivers more accurate information on how it is than I have ever seen. I wish more parents knew what went on in the "schools" that they shell out so much $$$ for. (Maybe) they might think twice about it...
It truly is appalling

Category = Caregiver, Quality
E-mail to this site from Rhonda R., "EDU Student",
I would not leave my dog in most daycares and this is why. The directors/owners do not care about your children. It is all about the money and numbers to get government assistance.
The class I did my co-op in the teachers stayed on the computers playing games, Facebook, or on the cell phones most of the time. They did or had very little interactions with the children. It was children looking after children and it was so sad. The director did not care, the assistant director did not care and they run the center on lies. They broke so many rules and even the state does not care. If anyone cared they would shut these places down. This is a five star center!!
Daycare centers are the biggest cause of behavior problems in children when they go to school.
Category = Caregiver, Quality


What Daycare Workers Say -- page 27


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Last Updated October 11, 2012

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