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February 16th, 2011, 06:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Marylou View Post
. I spoke to one of the day care helpers (she has 4 helpers) and the lady there told me that he has issues (divorced home, potty trained late, still needs to eat in a high chair, and hits people) she told me that he needs to be hit back and that they should hit him back,
Right there I would report the Day care Provider: Never ever should she tell another child to HIT back. Hitting a child with special needs only encourages that child to hit back, so when does the line get drawn.....

I would sit down with ALL the Providers in the daycare and have a talk about this child that is hitting.
Just becuase this child has behavioural issues DOES NOT GIVE ANYONE THE RIGHT TO HIT!!!!!
These Providers need a game plan to keep ALL children safe including this dcb.

If this daycare can not provide a SAFE environment for your twins and the rest of the kids in the centre then I would be pulling my children's out so fast heads would be spinnng.

I completely understand kids will be kids and yes unfortunately children do hit others, BUT this is a llittle over the top in my opinon
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