Q: How should a parent approach a daycare for neglect?
The daycare is federally funded should the parent call the police and report it and pull out the child is that a criminal offense? Does the Director and her 2nd in command get in trouble or fired or brought up on charges.. they both are responsible for feeding the child via feeding tube connected to a machine twice a day . the parent checked the history of the machine which registers the total ounces of feed within the last 72 hour and they have not feed the child in the last 36 hours but when the parent ask them they said that she has been feed twice a day .should we call the police and meet them there . Can the parent press charges for neglect the proof is in the history of the feeding machine.. the parent wants them held responsible and also what’s to make a statement that not feeding a child is neglect and has consequences.. please let me know how to go about it she don’t want them to get a way with it because they will do it to the next.child with out a doubt is if they get way
Start with a complaint to the police / Sherriff with jurisdiction over the daycare center. You should also make a complaint to the state agency that licences the center the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF).
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