Negative Effects Of Daycare On Children

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One of the biggest concerns for new parents is teaching their children how to interact with others. For this, day care centers do wonderful things in teaching kids how to play nicely with others while learning to overcome not getting their way. Day care center manager, (Smith) says, “75% of children in daycare do better in acclimating to school”, which shows just how much this is true. By seeing these statistics, many new parents can come to grips with the fear of letting their children out into the world. Research has shown that consistent, developmental sound and emotional support has a positive effect on both children and families (“Child Trends Data”, 2013) in regards to the results child care is beneficial to cognitive language and social …show more content…
(Loop, 2013) In the results it showed a greater chance of forming friendships and positive interactions with their mother (Loop, 2013). What the research also shows is that with day care the child has a better chance of learning language skills. Daycare allows an opportunity for the child to express themselves using words and building a vocabulary while doing it. Daycare workers increase this by giving books and activities that encourage greater use of vocabulary words. Motor development is also something that children learn at an early age. Daycare can help this by teaching the kids arts and crafts and allowing them to use their hands. Use of their extremities daily lets them to build their muscles by playing in the gyms and outdoors (Loop, 2013). Other things that research shows that the kids in child care do better with education in the later years’, results have shown that the kids in daycare have a 23 % success rate, while the ones that failed out is about 6% per the researchers at UNC Chapel Hill (Rochman, 2012). Research also shows that the kids that go to daycare also …show more content…
When the truth is that there are many opportunities to new parents to receive low or reduced daycare payments. Per the website Care.com there is about 7 ways to get reduced daycare. The first one is flexible spending accounts which your company might offer, then comes tax credits which a lot of parents don’t know about they can range from $3000 to $6000 per tax year which is about 600 per kid. The third one is the one that people usually balk about it has to do with filling out paper work and asking the state for assistance, even though people don’t like doing this it is one of the easiest ways of paying daycare, most states will help new parents with single income or low income. Other than flexible spending accounts your job may also offer child care reimbursement. Furthermore, if you go to college they may offer child care help by either giving you a credit for the daycare or may offer reimbursement for the daycare. The last two types you have to do some research for, the first one is daycare centers offer sliding fee scales which is almost pay as you go, secondly if you were in the military they might have benefits available to you. As stated by Julia Quinn (Quinn, 2015) on care.com “Child care is expensive, but with a little work, you can find some money-saving tips that can help you afford the right care for your

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