Qualities of a Good Daycare Provider
Activities that will promote and support physical, social, emotional and intellectual development in children is known as parenting. Parenting begins in a child from when he/she is an infant up to adulthood. In most cases, parenting is offered by the biological parents to the child although in other situations it can be done by older siblings, legal guardians, grandparents, family members as well as family friends. In situations where a child may be orphaned or be abandoned by the family members, he/she may be adopted by individuals who they are not related to but they offer parental care such as foster parents or orphanages. Licensing of these foster care families and orphanages is very important to ensure that they do not carry out illegal activities with these children hence the government and the society comes in to monitor and evaluate their work. A good parent is one who is able to offer good parental care to their child or children who will turn into responsible adults who are the envy of everybody.
Wealth, culture, social class as well as the incomes are some of the factors that are likely to influence parental care offered to children. Some of these factors such as wealth, social class and incomes will influence the resources and opportunities that are made available to the child or children. Travelling parents will have little time to spend with their children and this may affect their parental care to their children. This will require them to look for a daycare that will be taking care of the child all day when the parent is not available. The travelling parent may find it hard to get a suitable daycare where they can drop their children for the day. A good daycare provider should be able to love the children honestly and genuinely so that they can be able to take good care of the children. Taking care of the children requires that the daycare provider be a natural nurturer and warm to people where they can be able show affection to the children. Teaching children in the right way which shall promote their growth towards proper physical, social, emotional and intellectual development on behalf of the parents is also very important for the daycare services provider.
A travelling parent should ensure that they talk to their child or children to ensure they understand why they cannot spend the day in a daycare. The age and the temperament of the child should be influence how the travelling parent will explain to the child. A travelling parent should never prolong the departures, sneak away from the child, display some guilt about leaving the child as well as acting anxious when leaving the child.