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10 Things Your Child Care Provider Won't Tell You by Erika Rasmusson,
14-Apr-2003

www.smartmoney.com,
1.  "When your kid naps, so do we"
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it's been estimated that 20% of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) cases occur in day care centers.  A 2000 study by Rachel Moon, a pediatrician at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. found that 25% of licensed child care centers in the Washington metro area were unaware of the American Academy of Pediatrics' 1992 recommendation that infants be placed in the non prone position while sleeping.  Moon's study also showed that 28% still positioned infants prone*.
*Prone = front down
Category = Danger
10 Things Your Child Care Provider Won't Tell You by Erika Rasmusson,
14-Apr-2003

www.smartmoney.com,
2.  "We'll make your kid really sick..."
There's no getting around it: Day care centers are germ depositories. Get a large group of kids together and your child can expect a marked increase in colds, ear infections and upper respiratory infections. Says pediatrician Cathryn Tobin, author of The Parent's Problem Solver, "I see some day care kids twice as much as other children not in day care." How come? Blame poor sanitation, plus toy-sharing. Nicole Queen, a child care consultant and former day care director, says that at the Maryland centers where she was employed caregivers were required to clean toys with bleach and air dry them every two weeks. "(But) only a couple of centers I worked at did that," she says.
Category = Disease
10 Things Your Child Care Provider Won't Tell You by Erika Rasmusson,
14-Apr-2003

www.smartmoney.com,
4.  "We have safety issues."
...The hazards (at Daycare centers) range from the simple -- recalled toys or unsafe playground surfacing -- to the flagrant.  Don Keenan, an Atlanta lawyer who specializes in negligence cases involving children, says he's seen cases dealing with day care injuries more than double in the past decade.  Keenan is most troubled by the "alarming increase in intentional injuries; that is sexual predators or child abuse.
 
Category = Danger

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