Neglect is defined as action or omissions by a parent, guardian, or person responsible for the care of a child resulting in harm to a child, or presenting a likelihood of harm, and the acts or omissions are not due solely to the lack of financial means of the child’s parents or other custodian. This term may include the following, but shall not be limited to: failure to provide adequate supervision of a child or to remove a child from a situation which requires judgment or actions beyond the child’s level of maturity, physical condition or mental abilities and that results in bodily injury or a likelihood of harm to the child. Kan. Stat. Ann. § 38-2202. Because Kansas limits lack of supervision to cases where there is harm or a likelihood of harm and considers the child’s maturity, and in addition has a very strong policy statement in its child welfare policy manual, Let Grow considers Kansas law one of the most protective of reasonable independence for children.