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Preventing Nap Time Injuries in Kentucky Daycare Centers

Nap time is not time off for daycare providers. Instead, it is an important part of your child’s day during which your child should be supervised and daycare providers should comply with all relevant safety regulations. Otherwise, your child could be harmed due to issues…

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When Restraints May—and May Not—Be Used in Kentucky Daycare Centers

As a parent, you know that there are times when you need to hold or restrain a baby, toddler, or young child. This could happen, for example, if a toddler was about to throw a block at another child or a young child was about…

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Failure to Provide First Aid Could Be Daycare Negligence in Kentucky

Kids get hurt. Sometimes these injuries are just accidents and they are not caused by the negligence or abuse of the adults in charge. However, even when a child is accidentally hurt, daycare staff has a duty to exercise reasonable care and to provide appropriate…

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How to File a Complaint Against a Kentucky Daycare

If you saw a child being hurt or you had concerns about imminent harm, then you would know what to do. You would call 911 and contact the child’s family, if possible. It becomes more challenging when no one is hurt or in immediate danger….

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What You Need to Know If Your Child Suffers a Broken Bone Injury at a Kentucky Daycare

Falling off a bike, playing sports, or bouncing off a trampoline are all ways that children regularly break bones. These injuries are just part of being a kid. They are painful and inconvenient, but they happen. What should never happen is a child suffering a…

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Five Things To Do If Your Child is Hurt on a Daycare Playground

Panic, fear, and even guilt may have been the first emotions that you experienced when you received a call from your child’s daycare to inform you that your child had been hurt on the playground. As a parent, your primary goal is to help your…

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