I know

United States

#22 Jul 25, 2010
Know the facts please wrote:
to all concerned this child was not hurt at AKDC 2 he was brought in with a severe case of diarhea and developed a rash on his behind.. there was no ointment in his bag to apply so the staff could not do anything but keep him changed as often as they could... This parent lost his job due to his sick sons care which is sad but not AKDC's fault and now he is taking it out on the daycare. I was there the last day when this man screamed at the staff because he was called to pick up his sick son...
The facys are on my camera as well as the medical records that were brought into acdc2 that monday at 9:15 A. M. an picked up at 2:00 P. M. you need to quit denying I was going to let this go but this bull is crazy your facility was responsible for the severe burns on my childs diaper area I have witnesses and photos and video and doctors statements, and not just one opinion, but no one can even offer an opolgy or an explanation when I also have the picture of the tote that his stuff was in and it plainly said apply vaseline each diaper change. I also rarely recieved any paperwork identifying who changed him and when or when he was fed and what I actually had to look in his tote to know what was going on. Get it together take the reponsibility, My son was also taken with more than he needed in supplies so whoever you are lying lets start this again I will get the press involved with photos as well as witness statements. I really can't believe you know the truth and are actually trying to deny it. I am the one who could not touch him with a wipe for a week, and yes he is scared what kind of lie or denual do you have for that. You need to be more responsible if you would deny this with all the proof I have that the facility caused this condition it makes me wonder what else you would deny.
Tony Riggins

United States

#23 Jul 25, 2010
I did not scream at anybody I am not about revenge, but one more lie about the true situation and I promise I will contact a lawyer and the press to expose the whole situation. Then everyone can develop their own opinion. BECAUSE I AM ONLY STATING FACTS, DEAL WITH YOUR IMCOMPODENCE, MY REPUTATION IS ALREADY ESTABLISHED IT WILL NOT BOTHER ME ON BIT TO GO PUBLIC.
Correct me please

Brea, CA

#24 Jul 25, 2010
a mother wrote:
<quoted text>if a so called licensed daycare can't recognize and treat a diaper rash, that was probably caused by the persons or person who has the child for the majority of the day,they need to be out of business ASAP! This is ridiculous that a child suffers, from what is probably a hygiene problem, caused by the day care who couldn't think to at least wash the baby with soap and water( NOT THOSE STUPID BABY WIPES EITHER)to get the "irritants" off (ie urine-feces)! The stupid people in the world amaze me! The woman on here that doesn't believe the parent, should not bathe and see how quickly her "bottom" gets sore, then take a "BABY WIPE" and touch it to inflamed skin! Couldn't they at least put corn starch on him? It's organic and not a chemical like the ones found in BABY WIPES! Grow a brain baby-sitters...it ain't rocket science it's just common sense. The rules at day cares protect the owners and workers...the child falls in there somewhere behind how much they charge! My God!
.

Ok I'm lost... You said it's the day cares fault for not washing the child, then you said "to the woman who does not believe this.. Try not taking a bath and then put a babywipe to you butt" Im not sure about this center but the center that my child goes to does not have a bath tub/shower. I believe it is the parents job to bathe the children. Please correct me if I have misunderstood what you have stated. And to the parent whose child was hurt.. I hope he is doing well and everything turned out for the best
Tony Riggins

United States

#25 Jul 25, 2010
DO YOU REALLY WANT TO SAY THERE WAS NOT VASELINE, MEDICAL RECORDS, AND A VERBAL TELLING OF THE DIAREHHA AS WELL AS A PHONE CALL THAT IS ON MY MONTHLY CELL PHONE BILL FOR THAT MORN B 4 I BROUGHT HIM COMPLETELY CLEAR AND IN FIVE HOURS HE WAS SEVERLY INJURED FACTS NOT FICTION. SOMEONE NEEDS A SERIOUS REALITY CHECK AND YOU HAVE OFFICIALY PISSED ME OFF BY RIGHT OUT LYING.
Tony Riggins

United States

#26 Jul 25, 2010
know the facts please wrote:
If you knew state law you would know that ointment is a medication and requires a parental signature to apply daily. No We can not apply or give another child's medication to a different child. That would result in job loss, center shut down and state notified the staff at AKDC did the right thing by keeping the child changed as often as possible... Keeping the soil off was better than ointment in my book.
the facts are everything he needed was there except for the proper care , sorry your staff made a mistake but your gonna have to accept it because it is true!!!!!!!!!!
in my experience as a mom

Winchester, KY

#28 Jul 25, 2010
Let me get the "doubting woman" out of the way first...she is just obnoxious and is on just about every topic doubting people and praising herself. Nuff said about "her". To get technical, as an adult if you have diarrhea, there is a chance that you could get irritated if you use only TP and not wash. In the case of a child if you just use baby wipes when there is a lot of opportunity, in hot weather,for yeast and or bacteria to thrive. To wash the child with a mild baby bath or dove, gets the remnants of anything that bacteria lives off of. If a child in diapers, has had diarrhea for a while, it is a good thing to wash them instead of using baby wipes. If a child stays at a day care 8-10 hours a day, the day care should make sure they are cleaning his very delicate skin better than ok(ie just baby wipes). I think that baby wipes are great,but, they will also remove stains from your clothes or carpet! The chemicals will burn already irritated skin. It is my opinion that the day care has the child a majority of the day while the parent is at work...they are with the child most of the time longer because of the parent's work schedule. Also, there was a complaint of not having any "butt balm" in his diaper bag...in that case they could use corn starch which will keep a baby's skin dry. Am I the only one who feels this way? My child would get diarrhea and it would burn. I would put her in the tub and make sure she was dry. I know the day care might not have a shower or tub, but, they should have soap and water. Diaper rash, as you probably know, can cause a very nasty infection on the skin...sometimes blisters. It is easy to avoid if an extra step is utilized. I hope I didn't confuse the issue more. I'm just saying keep them more than "changed as much as possible" til they get better. I hope the little guy is better.too. I applaud the parent for taking up for his child. More people should do the same.
are u serious

Winchester, KY

#29 Jul 25, 2010
Know the facts please wrote:
to all concerned this child was not hurt at AKDC 2 he was brought in with a severe case of diarhea and developed a rash on his behind.. there was no ointment in his bag to apply so the staff could not do anything but keep him changed as often as they could... This parent lost his job due to his sick sons care which is sad but not AKDC's fault and now he is taking it out on the daycare. I was there the last day when this man screamed at the staff because he was called to pick up his sick son...
"as often as they could"? It should be as often as they SHOULD! If I saw something wrong with my child after they have been in your care,I might scream, too. Would you rather have the baby cry in pain? The one who is innocent here? You need to re-evaluate your priorities as a business person and as a person in general.
miss

United States

#30 Jul 25, 2010
so I have read the post even though my kids are not in daycare now they used to be when they were younger. Am I the only one who thinks that if this child had diarehha this bad shouldn't he have been kept at home to make sure it was taken care of instead of depending on the daycare too. My boys daycare wouldn't allow a child with diarehha to come to daycare that day, we were asked to keep them home
Tony Riggins

United States

#31 Jul 25, 2010
are you being investigated for something, just wondering about why all the sudden denial begins.
a mom

Winchester, KY

#32 Jul 25, 2010
Not all loose stools or diarrhea are caused by illness. It can also occur due to food allergies,fresh fruits,cutting teeth,etc. They all poop so should they all stay home if they haven't had a BM before taken to day care? I know this parent and he is as honest a person as I have come into contact with. He would not say anything unless he has a good reason.
whatdoyaknow

Bowling Green, KY

#33 Jul 25, 2010
Karen is making a friend!
miss

United States

#34 Jul 25, 2010
there is a big difference between a bm that happens a couple of times a day and diarehaa that happens alot and is real loose.
good point

Winchester, KY

#35 Jul 25, 2010
i can't say that i saw the "specimen",i am just going by my own experiences.
know the facts

United States

#36 Jul 25, 2010
a mother wrote:
<quoted text>if a so called licensed daycare can't recognize and treat a diaper rash, that was probably caused by the persons or person who has the child for the majority of the day,they need to be out of business ASAP! This is ridiculous that a child suffers, from what is probably a hygiene problem, caused by the day care who couldn't think to at least wash the baby with soap and water( NOT THOSE STUPID BABY WIPES EITHER)to get the "irritants" off (ie urine-feces)! The stupid people in the world amaze me! The woman on here that doesn't believe the parent, should not bathe and see how quickly her "bottom" gets sore, then take a "BABY WIPE" and touch it to inflamed skin! Couldn't they at least put corn starch on him? It's organic and not a chemical like the ones found in BABY WIPES! Grow a brain baby-sitters...it ain't rocket science it's just common sense. The rules at day cares protect the owners and workers...the child falls in there somewhere behind how much they charge! My God!
Please know your facts before your speak yes we use wet warm washcloths on his behind not wipes and we were not allowed by state law to apply ointment 1. because he had none and 2. we had no permission by the parent

the parent was called immediatly and came in hostile before we could even explain what had happened had a VERY qualified teacher in tears for no reason the child was not injured at daycare, he was brought in by his irrisponsible father who knew he was sick and still brought him to daycare. Now as far as the Baby sitter comment you obviously don't know or have never met any of the qualified teachers we have teaching in the centers all of Clark County not just Animal Krackers
what a joke

Winchester, KY

#37 Jul 28, 2010
Yes super qualified teachers...Is that a joke? How many have degrees? How many are kids working there for extra money after school? Animal Crackers is a joke. Plenty of people have pulled their kids from both centers over neglect. Lazy staff, gossiping all the time. They treat your children good when an adult is around but it's another story when they are alone. I will say a few of them are good with kids but it's a very few
know the facts wrote:
<quoted text>
Please know your facts before your speak yes we use wet warm washcloths on his behind not wipes and we were not allowed by state law to apply ointment 1. because he had none and 2. we had no permission by the parent
the parent was called immediatly and came in hostile before we could even explain what had happened had a VERY qualified teacher in tears for no reason the child was not injured at daycare, he was brought in by his irrisponsible father who knew he was sick and still brought him to daycare. Now as far as the Baby sitter comment you obviously don't know or have never met any of the qualified teachers we have teaching in the centers all of Clark County not just Animal Krackers
you tell em

Richmond, KY

#38 Jul 28, 2010
You are exactly right! My child was going to another "well thought of" day care that insisted that the were a "well staffed" and "knowledgeable group" of people. He was sick all the time, came home thirsty and hungry,and the little "cannibal boy" that would chew his arm off-he got bitten daily! I just threw that in about the bites,but,obviously they weren't watched closely because it did become a issue. This,in my opinion ,should have been a red flag to keep a closer eye on them or separate them. Enough said about that. I believe that the video tapes will tell the story,in this case, they should paint a clear picture of what went on. The end result will be what they show as to who is responsible for the complaints.
particia burton

Lawrenceburg, KY

#39 Aug 1, 2010
ubet wrote:
The staff could'nt use another childs ointment for an emergency?? Sounds a little weird.....
my grandson everything he needed in his cubbie,including a sign telling any to put vaseline ater every diaper change always,they know they are guilty aand sounds like to me that they will use any excuse they can come up with at this point,who ever took care of my grandson that day,sure as hell don't need to work with children,iam a grandmother of 8,been around around many kids i will have to say that the shape my grandson was in is something i have never seen and i thank GOD for that!!
particia burton

Lawrenceburg, KY

#40 Aug 1, 2010
you tell em wrote:
You are exactly right! My child was going to another "well thought of" day care that insisted that the were a "well staffed" and "knowledgeable group" of people. He was sick all the time, came home thirsty and hungry,and the little "cannibal boy" that would chew his arm off-he got bitten daily! I just threw that in about the bites,but,obviously they weren't watched closely because it did become a issue. This,in my opinion ,should have been a red flag to keep a closer eye on them or separate them. Enough said about that. I believe that the video tapes will tell the story,in this case, they should paint a clear picture of what went on. The end result will be what they show as to who is responsible for the complaints.
you are so right and there is the true video tapes and the pictures.
particia burton

Lawrenceburg, KY

#41 Aug 1, 2010
know the facts please wrote:
If you knew state law you would know that ointment is a medication and requires a parental signature to apply daily. No We can not apply or give another child's medication to a different child. That would result in job loss, center shut down and state notified the staff at AKDC did the right thing by keeping the child changed as often as possible... Keeping the soil off was better than ointment in my book.
YOU KNOW THAT my grandson had every thing he need you want to talk about ointment,why did'tyou call when as you say that it was so severe someone to come pick him up there were a least 3 people besides his father that you could have called why wait 5 hours,i think we all know the answer to that ,the child was not changed as he was supposed to be.
yep

Winchester, KY

#42 Aug 1, 2010
miss wrote:
so I have read the post even though my kids are not in daycare now they used to be when they were younger. Am I the only one who thinks that if this child had diarehha this bad shouldn't he have been kept at home to make sure it was taken care of instead of depending on the daycare too. My boys daycare wouldn't allow a child with diarehha to come to daycare that day, we were asked to keep them home
Could not have said it better myself!!!!

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