Daycare Injuries

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Has Your Child Suffered Sexual Abuse in a Kentucky Daycare?

The abuse your child suffered was not an accident. Someone who was supposed to be protecting and caring for your child daycare instead violated your trust. Your child has been left with psychological and physical injuries and you have many questions about how this horrific…

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Six Forms of Discipline That Should Not Happen in Kentucky Daycare Centers

Discipline is not punishment. Instead, discipline should teach and guide children, according to Kentucky Guidelines for Childcare Technical Assistance. Children are under the supervision and guidance of adults for their safety and so that they can learn. Sometimes, this requires the adults in charge to…

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Daycare Centers Have a Duty to Prevent Eating Injuries

Whether your child is an infant who can’t feed himself, a toddler who may run around with food in her mouth, or a preschooler who can’t safely cut her own food, your child requires supervision while eating. During the hours that your child is at daycare,…

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Five Questions You Need Answered About Intentional Abuse in Kentucky Daycares

It wasn’t someone’s indifference, it wasn’t a lack of training, and it wasn’t insufficient staffing that led to your child’s injury. Instead, it was the deliberate and intentional abuse of his daycare providers that caused your child to be hurt. That truth—that someone meant to…

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What Every Parent Needs to Know About Shaken Baby Syndrome Injuries at Daycare

As the parent of a newborn baby, you quickly realize that your child faces some dangers that are out of your control. You can’t prevent your baby from contracting every virus or even from being hurt by someone else’s negligence in a car accident. However,…

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The Risk of Playground Injuries

Outdoor play is “critical for healthy whole child development,” according to the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Outdoor play includes playgrounds which provide many learning opportunities for babies, toddlers, and school-age children. Since the mid-20th century, there has been increased attention…

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