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    Awesome!!!!!Congratulations:roll

    None of the study guides?! Semester 3 of 4 LPN i will hopefully write The NCLEX-PN next summer...April 12th, sigh....Just today spent scant pennies on Kaplan 2007-2008. Hopefully it will be of some use...Well done on your licensing exam!!

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    AllNurses Older Students Thread:April 19/07
    Thank-you to all older students who took the time to share their stories of later life educational pursuits!! I am a PSW/LPN student at 37, and still hope to complete the full Bscn. I will easily be in my late forties when I graduate.

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    June 27 2005

    Sorry for the repeats. I agree that the incident should be reported.The daycare woman is a professional who is paid to CARE for and nurture your children. Is this behaviour even close to 'care for' or 'nurture'? I think not. I'm glad mom followed her instincts and removed her kids. It is my personal opinion that the yanking of the son, the yelling, and rude removal of his coat and little toy constitute abuse behaviours. Where is the gentle respect and common courtesy for the young charge (the son)? This child is not chattel to be hauled about. Money can buy better care. thank-you to Paul Kivel for the courage of conviction, and to the lady who works with the child care worker-- yanking of a child is immediate grounds for dismissal.

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    Quote from zelebsel
    June 27 2005

    I agree that the incident should be reported.The daycare woman is a professional who is paid to CARE for and nurture your child. Is this behaviour even close to 'care for' or 'nurture'? I think not. I'm glad mom followed her instincts and removed her kids. It is my personal opinion that both the yanking of the chain and coat constitute abuse behaviours. Where is the gentle respect and common courtesy for the young charge (the son)?This child is not chattel to be hauled about. Money can buy better 'care'.
    (The other parents should be made aware as well.)

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    Quote from moonchild20002000
    Wonder what goes on when no adults are present?

    Does she take care of other children?

    How would you feel if something happened to other children in her care and you

    had not reported it?

    I think the incident needs to be reported.
    June 27 2005

    I agree that the incident should be reported.The daycare woman is a professional who is paid to CARE for and nurture your child. Is this behaviour even close to 'care for' or 'nurture'? I think not. I'm glad mom followed her instincts and removed her kids. It is my personal opinion that both the yanking of the chain and coat constitute abuse behaviours. Where is the gentle respect and common courtesy for the young charge (the son)?This child is not chattel to be hauled about. Money can buy better 'care'.

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    Quote from moonchild20002000
    Wonder what goes on when no adults are present?

    Does she take care of other children?

    How would you feel if something happened to other children in her care and you

    had not reported it?

    I think the incident needs to be reported.



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