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Kids’ Immunizations

Protection may be the law for Ohio daycares, preschools

August 28, 2013

Amy Beardmore doesn’t need any convincing that illness can spread rapidly at a daycare or preschoo....

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JoshBrown

Aug-28-13 9:13 AM

Parents it's great for your children to eat healthy but remember to get whole milk for your children their brains need the extra fat in it to develop.

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troyinohio

Aug-28-13 10:31 AM

I think when working with children, you should cover your tats.

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AlyseMarie

Aug-28-13 12:19 PM

I do not think my tattoos negatively affect the children. In fact it teaches about diversity and personal expression (they have even learned colors on them) Luckily I work at a program that does not discriminate. My role as a great teacher and child care provider is not dictated by the art on my body. Now discussing the topic at hand- I do believe that immunization is important to your child, do your research and speak to Amy Beardmore if you have questions.

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upriver

Aug-28-13 12:35 PM

It seems like a rare week that goes by without some new theory about what causes autism. The latest one was about scheduled deliveries and pain relief during delivery. Most of these get the amount of attention they deserve, zero, but for some reason people have really latched on to blaming it on immunizations. It seems like the more danger an alternative can create the more people go for it.

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troyinohio

Aug-28-13 2:55 PM

May professions require tats to be covered. In my opinion, teaching is one of them. As far as what to teach and diversity, they aren't your kids. It would be the parents place to do that. Lastly, when plastered all over the newspaper, it become all of our "topic at hand."

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AlyseMarie

Aug-28-13 11:31 PM

It is a part of NAEYC and step up to quality to teach diversity in the accredited schools. It is your right to shelter your child as you see fit. I am proud of who I am as a individual and a teacher. Thank you for your opinion and concerns though, I will kindly no longer engage in a debate based on judgement. The article is discussing something important- I don't want to focus attention on something that is not.

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