means any person legally obligated to provide or secure adequate care for a child, including a parent, tutor, guardian, legal custodian, foster home parent, an employee of a public or private day care center, an operator or employee of a registered family child day care home, or other person providing a residence for the child.
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For instance, you can usually search the personal ads based on postal code information, allowing you to identify potential dates in your area.
More information on the signs and symptoms of child abuse/neglect.
Children’s Code Article 603(16.1) states: "Prenatal Neglect means the unlawful use by a mother during pregnancy of a controlled dangerous substance, as defined by R. 1 et seq., which results in symptoms of withdrawal in the infant or the presence of a controlled substance in the infant's body." Physicians are mandated to make a report to DCFS by calling 1-855-4LA-KIDS (1-855-452-5437) toll free 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, whenever an infant meets the criteria for prenatal neglect.
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