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Our attorneys knows this is a difficult time for you and your loved ones. We know that bills may be piling up and money is growing tight. That is why we offer a 100% FREE case evaluation to all of our daycare abuse clients. Furthermore, you don’t pay us unless you win your case!

When the decision to admit your child into daycare occurs, there are a few things to keep in mind. Not all daycares are the same. Since the threat of daycare abuse is evident, parents must make a wise decision before admitting a child in daycare. There are two kinds of daycares – an in-home daycare and daycare center.

How an In-house Daycare Operates

A person who truly cares for children generally runs in-house daycares. In most cases, they convert their home to make a vibrant environment for roaming tykes to play and learn. An in-house daycare will appeal for parents who want their children to be surrounded by a warm, friendly staff or cannot afford the costs associated with daycare centers. An in-house daycare has less stringent licensing requirements to start. However, they may have staff that is not educated in early childhood development.

How a Daycare Center Operates

According to weewelcome.ca, daycare centers are mostly commercial establishments which often offer a structured setting and schedule for children. In most cases, a daycare center has a higher teacher-to-child ratio and tends to group the children in smaller groups during activities. Although they can be a bit pricier than an in-house daycare, a daycare center usually employs staff who has studied early childhood development. This helps the staff teach children new things as they play. A daycare center may have stricter rules than an in-house daycare including caring for sick children. Rasansky Law firm is dedicated to being an advocate for children who suffer injuries from daycare abuse. If you feel that a daycare operated in negligence, do not hesitate to fill out free case evaluation form. Our team will gladly review the facts of your situation.

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