Keeping Kids Healthy: Finding the Right Childcare
Does your babysitter know CPR? Does the day care you use have staff trained in child development? Whether they're toddlers or teens, there are many great solutions to the problem of finding the perfect childcare - ranging from babysitters in your home to a traditional day care facility. But choose poorly and it could lead to disaster. Join host Dr. Winnie King as we hear the story of a parent's worst fears come true and then learn how to protect your children by asking the right questions and investigating day care options before you turn over your most precious treasures, your children.
Patricia Keener, MD Indiana University School of Medicine: Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Assoc. Chairman of the Dept. of Pediatrics, Asst. Dean for Medical Service-Learning; Prof of Philanthropic Studies at Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, IN; Founder & Medical Director, Safe Sitter, Inc.; Former Medical Dir. of the Indianapolis Campaign for Healthy Babies; Author, Caring for Kids, a 240-page parenting reference distributed to all Indiana families.
Eleanor Simons - 2 yrs old, trying to adjust to a new babysitter Justine Simons - Eleanor's mother
Linda Smith - Executive Director, Nation's Network of Childcare Resource and Referral
Julie & Terry Buffaloe - parents of three children (ages 10, 4 and 1) who are searching for the right childcare.
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