As you may know I’ve been actively going to Lucille Roberts for a few months now and have enjoyed my experience there thus far. The reason I had joined was due to the cheap monthly cost and the daycare facility they had on site. Well the daycare facility might not be so great.
You see a few weeks ago I contacted someone at Lucille Roberts about the daycare. When I first signed up they lied again and said there were cameras in the daycare area until I asked to see the cameras one day and was told there were no cameras.
I expressed to a Lucille Roberts representative how it was unbelievable that they didn’t have cameras in the daycare area and eagerly pushed the idea to have cameras installed. What did they say? Oh, nothing. They didn’t bother to entertain the idea with a response.
The reason I had asked to see the cameras was because one day there was a little 4-year-old boy who was acting like a menace! Not listening, throwing toys and then he dared to hug Ziana who wasn’t having it. Sure, a careless hug, but I don’t know him and I don’t know what issues he may have. Would the sitter ever tell a parent that their child was hurt or hit? Absolutely not! Who wants to lose business?
Lucille Roberts obviously doesn’t want to spend money on cameras/televisions to insure the safety of the children that range from newborns to roughly about 14-years-old. How does that even make sense?? It’s one sitter vs 5-10 kids–
We’ve seen news reports of thousands of children who have been brutally attacked by daycare providers, their relatives, bus drivers and even other children. Anyone remember this heart wrenching incident–
[youtube width=”500″ height=”400″]http://youtu.be/MAutLr38mQA[/youtube]
So I’m taken aback that many gyms wouldn’t offer this safety to their members and even themselves as a business. What happens if I pick Ziana up one day and she has a scratch across her face or blood dripping down her leg? It’s the daycare providers word against a bunch of non-verbal children.
I guess Lucille Roberts rather deal with bad repor, as Consumer Reports illustrates,
and lawsuits in the long-run because if I as so much see a bruise everyone is going down!