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Many Massachusetts Day Care Centers Are Deficient According to Study

By Ryan E. Alekman, Attorney and David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network

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In Massachusetts and other States, parents rely on day care centers to provide supervision and education during the work day. Most parents hope and believe that their children are receiving quality care and mentoring while in the day care center. Unfortunately, children often times do not receive the care or supervision they need in a day care center. As a result of the lack of timely and consistent supervision in a day care center, children suffer personal injuries. Many of these injuries could have been avoided with better and more attentive care and supervision on the part of the day care center staff. A study by the Children’s Investment Fun surveyed 182 day care centers and found deficiencies ranging from unsafe playground to lack of available indoor play space to poor ventilation at various day care centers. See Study – Many Massachusetts Day Care Centers Are Deficient.