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    We were so excited when we toured Kids R Kids South Shore. The facility was clean, the staff seemed friendly, and the state inspection reports were perfect. We had to start our son at another facility while we were on the waitlist, so when things started to go wrong I hesitated to pull him out and change daycares again. That was a decision I would later regret, when on our son���s last day, I picked him up to discover he had been left in a wet and dirty pull up for many more hours than is acceptable. My son could not even walk properly because he was in so much pain and because his pull up was so statured that it had begun to leak. Our problems began when we were brought into the director���s office who spoke to us about the issues our son was having. The conversation was pretty vague, and I did not deny that our 2 year old did in fact sometimes hit out of frustration and anger. Cindy, the director, asked that we have our son evaluated by his pediatrician and that she would send us a write up to bring into the doctor so we wouldn���t have to remember everything we spoke about that day. The morning of the appointment I received the letter via email and it was in a tone completely different than the conversation we had just had in person only a few days prior. The letter stated that our son had difficulties maintaining eye contact, socializing with other kids in the classroom, does not play appropriately with other toys, etc. I would hope I would not ever be a parent in denial when my children are having problems, but this was not at all like our son. We visited both the pediatrician and had a Developmental Checkup done by Champions for Children, both of which ended with ���your son is a developmentally on track two year old���. Things seemed to calm down for a while, and while I was not happy about the letter, we chose to let it go. After some time the daily phone calls began again telling me that my son had either hit another student, thrown a toy at them, or had been bitten by a classmate. Two and three year olds bite, it is developmentally appropriate behavior, but our son was bitten at least ten times while in their care. The phone call about the bite was also usually accusatory, as in ���your son did this, so he was bit���. One day, my son went out of the hallway classroom door in the morning, and then out of the door to the playground in the afternoon. That was an automatic ���send home��� offense and we were required to pick him up immediately. When this came up in a conversation I had with Cindy and my son���s teacher a short time later, I was told that it was even more dangerous because ���your son brought other kids with him when he went out the door���. My son had since turned 3, but he was not the adult in the classroom and certainly had no responsibility for those other kids going with him out the door and only an insane person would blame a three year for that. I had attempted to work with the director and my son���s teachers by requesting they alter their approach with my son. My main suggestion was to make an extra effort to verbally explain to my son when he was doing something wrong and why it was wrong. Cindy immediately responded to this suggestion with ���we already do that���. A few days later I was able to watch on camera as one of the teachers in my son���s classroom picked up my son off of a shelf him and another boy were climbing on, set him down, and walked away without saying a word. It was no surprise that as soon as the teacher got a few feet away, the two of them climbed right back up on the shelf. The decision to remove him from their care came about because I received yet another phone call telling me that my son was having issues and if they continued, he would need to be sent home. A couple of hours later I received another phone call that I needed to pick up my son immediately, at three years old he was essentially sent home for bad behavior. I have an awful memory so I know I am leaving a few things out, like the time my son was able to access mosquito spray, open it up, and consume some of it, before anyone noticed. Without a doubt there are good teachers in this school, and I certainly could never do their job for which they deserve so much credit. However, stay far far away from this facility.
    - Andrea S.
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