Non-Parental Child Care
There are three types of child care that parents use to have others watch their children while they are not available. In some situations both parents have to work to support the family also many parents use childcare to have a little time without the children. Experts say that parents should have time without their children to spend time with other people like friends and relatives. Parents have to make sure that they are placing their child in a safe and secure place so parents can feel better about their children being with someone else taking care of them. There were some studies about child care that indicated children who attend childcare centers they are more likely will do better when they start school also childcare develops their social skills with others and this gives them an opportunity to play with other children. It’s very important to develop the child’s social skills so they can have knowledge of what is acceptable and what is not. Most parents prefer to use home childcare; they think children will like it better than being a way in a child care center. If parents use a nanny to watch their child, parents should be careful when choosing the person who will stay with their child all day. We can find dishonest persons everywhere, so it’s very important to observe the actions of this person to make sure that the child is safe. (Berns, 2010) The first type is the child care centers, some daycares accept children form six weeks old. Day cares are much cheaper than nannies also daycares available when you need it seven days a week. About thirty percent of the children go to daycare under the age of five when parents are not available to take care of them. The important thing that parents are looking for in a day care, to in role their child is the quality that caregivers have, the size of the class room, and how many students are in the class. (Berns, 2010) Having too many children in the class room will make it...
References: Berns, R.M., (2010). Child, Family, School, Community: Socialization and Support (8th ed.). Belmont, CA. Cengage Learning.
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