How to Choose a Safe Daycare Center

July 15, 2009 at 12:04 pm 1 comment

Although many parents would rather not drop their kids of at a daycare center for eight hours a day, for some it is a necessity. However, there are always fears that your child may not be getting the best care, may have some bad experiences, and (at the extreme) might be abused by daycare workers. There is no sure-fire way to make sure that your child will have a positive and growing experience at daycare, but there are some guidelines that might help you choose the best daycare possible for him or her.

DigiKids, a company that focuses on child safety and child ID cards, has just posted some helpful hints on their website blog that can be of great use to parents who are concerned about the care their children will be given at a daycare center. Tips include, asking other parents how satisfied they are with their daycare service, dropping by potential daycare centers unannounced to ask questions of the director and workers, and asking about security, medical guidelines, and worker screenings. Overall, go with your gut. If you don’t feel right about a place, don’t use it.

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  • 1. jlambert622  |  July 15, 2009 at 6:35 pm

    These are useful guidlines. Thank you.
    Vermont daycare.


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