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When choosing a quality daycare center, there are things to look for to avoid daycare neglect. This involves asking the proper questions and physically observing the surroundings of the center. It’s best to start searching at least six months prior to needing childcare services. Many parents start by locating centers that are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Here are a few tips to avoid daycare neglect.

  • Check their reputation – Good daycare centers are known for their environment. Many daycare abuse cases usually circulate by word-of-mouth. Ask for references or stop by during pickup time to ask other parents what they like and dislike about the center.
  • Inquire if the center offers structure-based curriculum – The best daycare centers have schedules including time for physical activity, reading time, group programs, individual activities, meals, and free time. Check if there are activities that encourage development and teach positive thinking.
  • Scrutinize the staff – Ask if the entire staff is trained and qualified. Daycare neglect is very prevalent when it comes to staffing. Look to see how the staff interacts with children.
  • Inspect the facilities – Does the center offer a clean and safe environment? Does it offer plenty of indoor and outdoor space? Check for fire extinguishers and first aid kits.
  • Look for a current license – Ask to see their license. Also, call your local social services department to check for a license. Daycare neglect often happens to centers that don’t meet state licensing regulations for health and safety.

FamilyDoctor.org has more tips and questions to ask at the daycare center. Rasansky Law firm is committed to helping parents through daycare neglect cases. If you feel that your child suffers from daycare abuse, don’t hesitate to fill out our free case evaluation form. Our team will gladly review the facts of your situation.

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