Child care. Is it a necessity for parents? Should day care be encouraged? Should it be discouraged? Karl Zinsmeister argues that day care should be discouraged in his argument entitled “Day Care Should Be Discouraged”. He believes that children and parents need to have strong connections. Parents need to have a strong connection with their children to be able to flourish in their role as parent. Zinsmeister says that parents need to stop giving excuses for sending their kids to day care everyday. Zinsmeister, although discouraging day care, says that child raising should be left to professionals. He also believes that daycare is acceptable only if parents use it in moderation. The article “Day Care Should Be Discouraged” by Karl Zinsmeister is not a sound article because the structure is not logical, he provides too many assumptions, and he does not provide much credibility.
My Observation Summary In the video from Pals Daycare, I observed three infants who were sitting on the floor and the teacher was sitting next to them. Each baby were holding wooden blocks or sticks, and the teacher was holding and empty jug and was trying to get the babies to put the blocks/sticks into the opening of the jug. Two of the babies did not seem to understand what to do with the blocks/sticks. They did not try to put them into the jug, but the third baby seemed to understand a little, and he did put it in the opening of the jug but did not understand to drop it into the jug.
Daycare pick-up time can be stressful for preschoolers, sometimes resulting in tears and tantrums that can surprise parents when they arrive to take their toddlers home. Rest assured, such behavior is completely normal, according to the daycare professionals at Tiny World Child Care Inc. in Brookline, Mass. Offering a Spanish enrichment experience and a safe, loving environment for children 8 weeks to 5 years old, the bilingual daycare center quickly becomes a second home for infants and toddlers. Below are some suggestions on how to make daycare pick-up time a routine part of your child’s day.
The reporting party (RP) stated on 4/8/16 the foster mother met twice to discuss Joseph Baker (14yr) whom she is the paternal aunt and guardian. The foster parent first met with RP at 9:15AM to discuss Joseph 's class ditching. Joseph stated he didn 't want to go home and agreed to go to class for the remainder of the day. The foster mother was contacted in the early afternoon when Joseph was found hanging out behind the school. Joseph ran away from and hid after being instructed to come to the office to wait for his aunt.
I explained the purpose of my detail and explained to Ms. Kanwai the importance of speaking to Mya. Ms. Kanwai granted me access to both her kids as her son had also been leaving home. On April 15, 2016, I responded to Francis Hammond School and spoke to Ms. Kidist Square Mya’s school counselor. Ms. Square pulled Mya Navia from class and was also present while I spoke to Mya
Karta’s daycare called DCPS on Karta’s mother Michelle. The daycare reported that Karta looks disheveled when she comes to school and her eating habits had increased as if she wasn’t eating enough at home. DCPS conducted an investigation and removed Karta her from the mother’s custody for neglect and parental substance abuse. Michelle substance of choice was alcohol. DCPS tried to find out if Karta had any relatives to stay with, but her mother was not cooperative with providing the information.
On November 16, 2015, I spoke to Lidia Hernandez (mother) who told me that her daughter was not following the rules of the home. Lidia wanted me to speak to her daughter, although she confirmed that her daughter had been behaving better. On November 19, 2015, I responded to Minnie Howard School and spoke to Officer Hill. Officer Hill reported that Lidia Hernandez had been encouraged to report as Evelyn had been gone for 2 days.
The individual selected for my observation is Maria at the preschool center where I work. Maria is 4 years old and was diagnosed with autism at the age of 2. Maria’s dad was also diagnosed with autism. Maria is in an inclusive classroom setting with other children of different ages ranging from 18 months to 5 years. She lives with her parents in the city of Philadelphia and is the only child of her parents. All observations were conducted within the school environment. Maria needs a behavioral assessment because she is non-verbal. She has difficulty socializing and has sensory sensitivity.
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Brady: I would like to thank you for choosing Tiny Tots Day Care to grow Brett’s education. I applaud the amount of parental support you have provided to Brett while he has been at TIny Tots Day Care. Tiny Tots Day Care focuses on building important character traits in our kids to allow them to be successful. After many conferences, you are aware that Brett is struggling to obtain these traits. Brett has continued to bite, scratch, kick, and hit several students and teachers.
In my experience as a foster care case manager, I have assisted with making numerous referrals to Nationwide Children’s Hospital for psychological assessments, behavioral health services, and specialized clinics to meet the needs of children in care. Due to a variety of factors, such as prenatal exposure, birth circumstances, and medical reasons, one of the specialized clinics where clients have been referred to for a multidimensional assessment of development is the Child Development Center. After a referral is made to the Child Development Center, a Pre-Evaluation form is completed by the child’s caregiver and returned to the Child Development Center for review prior to the initial appointment.
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I choose to view the video clip, Maggie Simpson in “The longest Daycare”. There are some entertaining pieces in the clip one being in the beginning when they test Maggie’s intelligence with the equipment manufactured by Often Wrong Technologies and going through the security check in the beginning. However, the video reveals how society often views people’s intelligence without often knowing how smart that person maybe. Maggie shows her intelligence when she encounters her first case of bullying. As she watches a little boy smash butterflies on the wall with a hammer, she sees a caterpillar crawling by. She must have known what was coming next because she picks the caterpillar up and runs away. Once in another room, she comes across a