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They exercise and plap at
different stations set up in the
living room. They bake and
make crafts in the kitchen.
During naptime, infants sleep
in port-a-cribs set up in bed-
rooms; the older children sleep
on cots in the family room
"dorm."
Diane Budaj, a physical
therapist, went back to work
full time when her son, Evan,
was four months old. She and
her husband Steven inter-
viewed several providers be-
fore they decided on Carolyn
Moses. "Carolyn's way with

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children," Diane says, "was the
closest to the care I'd have
given Evan. She treats the
children like her own."
While the initial separation
was difficult, Diane felt her
confidence in Carolyn's ability
made the transition easier.
For many parents, the next
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comes right to your home.
Susan Shapiro's never-ending
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Switching Situations

According to Susan Shap-
iro, clinical director of
Southfield Psychotherapy,
Inc., changing a child's day
care situation is very dif-
ficult for many parents.
"Many parents feel person-
ally responsible if the day
care situation doesn't work
out. They think they are to
blame. They are also afraid
that too much change will
be detrimental to their
child."
Shapiro counsels parents
to watch for potential prob-
lems and have the courage
to admit the situation would
be better if changed. "There
are always babysitting
services and drop-in centers
that you can use for backup
while you choose another
provider."
How can you tell if the
day care situation continues
to be good for your child?
Shapiro recommends the
following:
• Get to know your child's
provider and the day care

routine by visiting reg-
ularly and popping in un-
announced. (A reputable
center doesn't limit visiting
hours.)
• Keep communication
open between yourself and
the provider. Discuss prob-
lems as they arise and
suggest solutions. You
know your child better than
a new provider.
• Listen to your child and
believe him. Too often we
think our child is just going
through a stage.
• Watch for any personal-
ity or behavior change:
Lack of or too much sleep,
withdrawal, aggressive be-
havior, eating too much or
too little, too much illness,
such as headaches or
stomach aches, excessive
crying.
• Compensate for the day
care change by spending
more time together and
reassuring your child that
he is not to blame for the
change.

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