Chances are you will find an arrangement that will provide a good experience for your child. But there is always the remote possibility that you may find something wrong. If you start having problems with your child care, you'll want to be prepared to take appropriate action.
"Something wrong" could mean a number of things. It could simply be a disagreement you can't resolve. It could be a violation of a licensing requirement. It could be negligence affecting children's health and safety. It could be abuse or exploitation of children.
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