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How to Choose the Best Daycare For Your Child

Considering the number of news reports concerning child abuse committed in daycare facilities, choosing a good daycare center is absolutely crucial for you and your child.

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Signs of Sexual Abuse in Children and at Daycare

There are few things as terrifying as sexual abuse against children. Even in situations where children are abused in a daycare facility, parents are usually at least somewhat grateful if none of that abuse turns out to have been sexual. There are situations where children are sexually victimized, however. While it’s painful to think about, it’s far more painful to end up in a situation where you didn’t notice the abuse in time to try to stop it.

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How Do I Know If My Child Was Abused at Daycare?

As shocking as it may seem, the people who we entrust with the safety of our children sometimes end up being the ones responsible for causing them harm. Parents often spend a great deal of time hoping to find a

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How to Deal With Daycare Abuse

Dealing with abuse in daycare is one of the most sensitive situations imaginable. If you’re only suspicious but haven’t any hard evidence, it’s natural to not even want to bring it up. After all, accusing someone of abusing a child

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Discovering Preschool Abuse

If your child has been the victim of daycare child abuse, you’re probably wondering how it happened. This will usually be revealed in the course of a criminal investigation into the daycare. When children suffer abuse at daycare or abuse

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How Do Investigators Discover Daycare Abuse?

If daycare abuse is going on at a facility, it’s up to the parents or the facility staff to report it. The children that are being abused are oftentimes intimidated into saying nothing about the abuse and that can mean that the abusers get away with their crimes for an extended period of time. When abuse is suspected to be going on, there are several different tools that law enforcement can use to root it out.

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How Does Daycare Abuse Get Hidden?

Some of the symptoms of preschool abuse and daycare child abuse can help you to better understand how the abuse is oftentimes carried on. Most predators are very good at covering their tracks. Oftentimes, the process of covering their tracks involves certain types of abuse in and of itself. The predator will know how to manipulate people to get what they want.

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Learning How To Discover Daycare Abuse

Discovering daycare abuse is always disturbing. Most of the time, parents are understandably going to be in quite a spin about what they should do to deal with the situation. There are a few things you need to keep in mind when you’re considering what to do:

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Abused Child in Atlanta Case Gives Example of Abuse Signs

According to WSBTV.com, a daycare worker was arrested on August 5, 2011 on allegations of abuse. The alleged abuse was perpetrated against a five-year-old boy. In the story, the mother described seeing “bruises, blood blisters and fingernail scratches” all over the child’s body. If this sounds very similar to the types of injuries you’d see on an adult who has been the victim of physical abuse to you, you’re exactly correct.

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Signs of Physical Daycare Abuse

Depending upon how active your child is, it may be fairly common for them to get bumps and bruises from playing. Sometimes children who have a few scrapes now and then are actually the healthiest children around. There are times, however, when you’ll see signs of abuse on your child that do not seem to be what you would expect from them having falls and other accidents while they’re playing. In these cases, you may want to take a closer look and keep an eye out for the following.

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