Child Care Check Exposes Licensed Child Care Facility Violations, Infractions, and Infant Deaths in U.S.

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Child Care Check Inc. launches http://www.childcarecheck.com report service for concerned parents, researching licensed child care facilities and child care safety.

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Not since hidden cameras has there been such a breakthrough in child care safety. With the launch of the highly anticipated Child Care Check Inc. website http://www.childcarecheck.com, parents can now see behind the scenes, to find out what has really occurred at their child care facility. Where other sites simply provide a background check, Child Care Check goes beyond; to find and provide the information parents really need to know in order to make informed decisions for the care of their children.

Child Care Check is the pride of founder, and father, William Sweeney, born from a gut feeling that told him there was more to the story of the child care facility where he intended to place his own infant. After receiving outstanding referrals for the child care facility, meeting with the facility owner and touring the facility in person, Sweeney's instincts told him to dig deeper. In fact, the story of the child care facility held much more: a child had died onsite at the facility less than six months previous, a facility that by all outward appearances and reputation had a sparkling-clean bill of health and positive referrals.

To make a tragic matter worse, the facility did not even have current CPR training at the time and continued to operate out of compliance after the incident. Following instinct, and contradictory to all outward positive appearances, only exhaustive research on behalf of Sweeney brought this information to the forefront. Child Care Check brings this type of information directly to parents, information not readily available or possibly found by even the most diligent parents. Born from the misnomer that licensed child care facilities must be safe facilities, http://www.childcarecheck.com specializes in research of licensed child care.

Child Care Check provides detailed information on the most important information that parents really need to know. "Parents often request our reports to find out of a facility has had any violations or complaints," says founder William Sweeney. "These can range from infractions to even accidental infant death. Our goal is to provide as much information as possible, and to educate parents in how to deal with negatives they might discover."

http://www.childcarecheck.com provides parents valuable information in a simple, easy-to-read format. Parents can easily view, and then save their personal PDF reports for future reference or comparison with other reports. With just a few clicks and keystrokes, including the licensed child care facility name and address, parents can find out about their facility. "We take care of the rest," says Sweeney who has experienced the firsthand challenges of balancing family, work and a busy schedule with the complexity of locating safe and quality care.

Child Care Check reports are available for less than the price of a child's average doctor's visit, to ensure concerned parents affordable access to the most vital information in child care facility research. Each professional report includes detailed research concerning the license status of the child care facility, compliance history, capacity limits, and full contact details. There's absolutely no hidden cost: no set-up or membership fees, and no subscription dues. Most importantly, for your privacy, your inquiry remains entirely secure and hidden from the child care facilities being researched.

Child Care Check report services are currently available in the following 35 states: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin.

To order your child care facility report today, to access the free Child Care Checklist, or to connect with other parents via blog, visit Child Care Check now at http://www.childcarecheck.com or call toll-free 1-800-764-9072. Press-related inquiries please contact Mr. William Sweeney.

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