How Healthy Are Daycares Really

 

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Some Health Benefits Associated With Daycares The prerequisite for a pre-admission physical examination and immunizations may enable some children to receive health care that may be inadvertently omitted by home caregivers who lack knowledge about disease prevention programs. If your child is in daycare, he’s probably sick more times than you care to think about, yet coming down with another cold or ear infection might actually be good for him. The Healthy Child Care resources assist pediatric health providers in collaborating with early education and child care providers to increase the quality of care, promote early education and improve children’s health and well-being. Sick kids and daycare may go hand in hand, but there’s plenty you can do to make sure your child-care center is doing its best to keep the cold virus and flu virusas well as assorted bacteria.

Healthy Day Care Menus. If you run a day care, menu planning is a huge part of your job. If you have children who go to day care, the types of foods your children are offered can be a concern. Daycare centers and parents of daycare children are often charged with the task of providing nutritious snacks that are appealing to children aged 2-5 years. By involving children in the selection and preparation of daycare snacks, snack time can become both a fun and educational experience and an opportunity for children to learn about healthy eating, sharing, food preparatio. Healthy Child Care Because of their size, stage of development, and behavior, children are at greater risk than adults for adverse health effects caused by exposure to indoor air pollutants.

Your little one is growing by leaps and bounds, both physically and mentally. It’s your job to make sure he’s got enough nutrient-rich calories in his body that will help him keep up on the playground. Of course that can be easier said than done, as this age group is famous for fickle eating habits.

Recommended daily calorie intake depends on your child’s age, size, and gender, but most toddlers require between. According to a National Institute of Child Health and Human Development study, kids in daycare get sick more often than kids at home — until age 3. Then infection rates even out. If I was a daycare provider, I wouldn’t want to deal with toddlers who had just chugged chocolate milk! As for the other food issues, meh.

If your kids are not obese, are physically active, and are eating healthy at home, I really don’t think that eating spaghettios and American cheese at daycare is going to negatively impact their health.

List of related literature:

It is true (by definition) that sufficiently well staffed and loving day care is as good as maternal care, but the very question at issue is whether children can get sufficient attention anywhere but home.

“Feminism and Freedom” by Michael E. Levin
from Feminism and Freedom
by Michael E. Levin
Transaction Books, 1987

A 1997 study from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development indicated that day care was not harmful to children when the caregivers and day care teachers provided consistent, empathetic, nurturing care.

“Kaplan & Sadock's Concise Textbook of Clinical Psychiatry” by Benjamin J. Sadock, Virginia A. Sadock
from Kaplan & Sadock’s Concise Textbook of Clinical Psychiatry
by Benjamin J. Sadock, Virginia A. Sadock
Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008

The study was done by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and says that 17 percent of kids who are left in day-care centers for more than thirty hours a week argue a lot, demand a lot of attention, act cruelly, show explosive behavior, talk too much, and get into lots of fights.

“Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News” by Bernard Goldberg, Ed Morrissey
from Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News
by Bernard Goldberg, Ed Morrissey
Regnery Publishing, 2001

Child Care The intensity of certain phases of therapy may make regular daycare both impractical and potentially harmful to the child with cancer because of the increased risk of acquiring some infectious diseases in these settings.

“Primary Care of the Child With a Chronic Condition E-Book” by Patricia Jackson Allen, Judith A. Vessey, Naomi Schapiro
from Primary Care of the Child With a Chronic Condition E-Book
by Patricia Jackson Allen, Judith A. Vessey, Naomi Schapiro
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2009

Another study has demonstrated that, just as is true for asthma, the incidence of T1DM in young children is lower in those who have multiple siblings or attend day care centers, compared to only children or children reared at home.

“The Immune Response: Basic and Clinical Principles” by Tak W. Mak, Mary E. Saunders, Wendy Lynn Tamminen, Maya Rani Chaddah
from The Immune Response: Basic and Clinical Principles
by Tak W. Mak, Mary E. Saunders, et. al.
Elsevier Science, 2005

Preschoolers spend an average of 28 hours per week in child care.90 Unfortunately, children who spend a large amount of time in day care may be more likely to develop behavioral problems

“Delinquency in Society” by Robert M. Regoli, John D. Hewitt, Matt DeLisi
from Delinquency in Society
by Robert M. Regoli, John D. Hewitt, Matt DeLisi
Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, 2009

A few studies have looked at the differences between children who went to day care and those who didn’t; those studies show that high­quality day care—of small groups of children by carefully selected, well­trained teachers—is not harmful for most children.

“Dr. Spock's Baby and Child Care, 9th Edition” by Benjamin Spock, M.D.
from Dr. Spock’s Baby and Child Care, 9th Edition
by Benjamin Spock, M.D.
Skyhorse, 2012

Infants left in “average” day care (whatever that meant) for twenty to thirty hours a week were likely to be “less attached” to their parents and, by age three, likely to be more aggressive and disobedient.

“The Mommy Myth: The Idealization of Motherhood and How It Has Undermined All Women” by Susan Douglas, Meredith Michaels
from The Mommy Myth: The Idealization of Motherhood and How It Has Undermined All Women
by Susan Douglas, Meredith Michaels
Free Press, 2005

Even though day care represents an important means of relief for families with children suffering from asthma, there is no doubt that the parents remain the primary responsible caregivers.

“International Handbook of Early Childhood Education” by Marilyn Fleer, Bert van Oers
from International Handbook of Early Childhood Education
by Marilyn Fleer, Bert van Oers
Springer Netherlands, 2017

Daycare can be a good thing if it is of high quality, depending on family circumstances.

“Understanding Child Psychology” by Christine Brain, Penny Mukherji
from Understanding Child Psychology
by Christine Brain, Penny Mukherji
Nelson Thornes, 2005

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