CFS daycare

CFS daycare - Kimberly Knotts CFS 2200 Position ppr 2 The...

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Kimberly Knotts CFS 2200 Position ppr 2 The daycare and/ or stay at home care does make a difference in a child’s development and have an impact on a child and their bond with others especially their mother. Some feel that daycare is detrimental in that the mother and child spend less time together and therefore have less of a bond or possibly even cause the child to be more attached to other people more so than their own mother. I feel that day care is fine and will actually be beneficial to a child’s social development and that even though the mother child bond may not be as strong; there can still be a bond as long as the child does spend time with the family. The difficulty arises when the child is too attached to the mother and family, the social environment provided in daycare helps the child to interact and learn how to share and understand manners. As long as the child’s parents spend time and try to teach them, the doubling up of education can encourage brain development. Caregivers are trained and are fully
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