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Week 2 Assignment Roland Agustin, Jr. SOC312: Child Family & Society Greg Thomas 04/25/2011 Non parental child care or day care, refers to the care given to children by persons other than parents during the parts of the day when parents are absent (Berns, 2010). According to statistics, more than 60 percent of children from 0 to 6 are in some type of non parental childcare. There are three different types of day care: a) In-home care. b) Family day care. c) Center-based care. This paper will describe all three types of non parental child care and will discuss the effects of non parental child care on a childs psychological, social and cognitive development. An in-home day care is non parental care in the childs own home by an individual such as a relative. When a child is at home it gives them a sense of security and familiarity. The idea of a child receiving more attention is one of the attractions to this type of non parental child care. The childcare provider in this environment may not be highly educated or trained in child care. ... View Full Document

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