Each of the people and children who inhabit our planet is a unique person. One can draw several parallels between infants around the world and find many similar points. However, despite this, numerous differences make each child different from the other. Each person, except identical twins, has a unique genetic structure that defines innumerable elements of life (Cavanaugh & Kail, 2015). Depending on the genetic characteristics, the infant can develop at different rates both physically and psychologically. Thanks to this, one infant’s nervous system can be much more durable than the other, which will manifest itself as a calmer character.
In addition to genetic predispositions, the influence of parents and their upbringing plays a huge role in the development of the baby even in the first months of life. Depending on how much attention is paid to the child, in what conditions he is, and how parents relate to him or her, the character will be formed. Therefore, it is essential to take a responsible approach to raising a baby, devoting enough time to help him or her develop in the right direction. Unfortunately, not all parents have the opportunity to take care of their children. Therefore, they resort to the services of nonparental infant care. That issue is very controversial, as many parents consider this method of upbringing unsuitable, as it supposedly can negatively affect the child. However, studies show that nonparental care does not have any definite advantages or disadvantages (Cavanaugh & Kail, 2015). When resorting to such a method of education, it all depends on the quality of the services received on the personal characteristics of the person who is involved in raising the child.
Thus, it is vital to pay attention to several parameters when choosing a specialist for child care. Firstly, parents need to make sure that you have the appropriate education to engage in this activity. New Jersey has similar requirements for a license, requiring an associate degree in child development or early childhood education (“Worker Qualifications,” n.d.). Also, knowledge of medicine and psychology is required, allowing to handle the child correctly. Secondly, parents should prefer large and trusted organizations responsible for the quality of services, rather than single specialists. Thirdly, they need to ensure that the presence of the employee in the life of the child will be regular.
Cavanaugh, J. C., & Kail, R. V. (2015). Human development: A life-span view. Cengage Learning.
Worker Qualifications. (n.d.). Daycare.com. Web.