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One of the hardest things to face is to realize, after the fact, that there were plenty of signs that could have helped you avoid a very bad situation. Where daycare child abuse is concerned, people sometimes have just this realization. In some cases, they’re being unfair toward themselves, as many abusers are very skilled at deceit. However, there are definitely signs to watch out for.

Sudden Personality Shifts

When someone is abused, they tend to exhibit signs of psychological trauma. Unfortunately, these can be all over the place. Some people will become anxious and aggressive and others will become very withdrawn and passive. The key thing to watch out for is a sudden change. This doesn’t necessarily mean that daycare abuse is an issue, but it does generally mean that there’s something very wrong going on with a child.

Anxiety About Daycare

If you were being abused at your job, you wouldn’t want to go back. The same holds true for children being abused at a daycare. Some children who are being abused will start having tantrums or being generally disobedient or erratic when they’re being taken to a daycare where something inappropriate is going on. If it seems out of place to you, be ready to listen. Children don’t always know how to express themselves, so be patient.


Guilt and shame are perfectly natural human emotions and, arguably, they’re sometimes appropriate human emotions. When children seem like something is eating at them, it’s usually not a good sign. Shaming the victims of abuse to keep them quiet is a very common tactic among abusers.

Non-Professional Service

A daycare should be efficient, clean and they should always be ready for you when you show up. There should be no sense that the staff is anxious if you surprise them and there should be no occasion when you don’t have immediate access to your child. If a daycare facility has victimized your family, you may want to consider seeking out a daycare abuse law firm. these specialists know how to handle these cases sympathetically, but also very effectively. If there’s a chance that you can get compensation for your pain and suffering, and any injuries suffered, these firms can help you put together a case and can help represent you and your family in court. There are time limits on filing these cases in some states.

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