Objective: The research aims to identify perceived risks of professional parenting from the viewpoint of professional parents, children’s home employees cooperating with professional parents, and Educators. Design: Comparative, quantitative and exploratory research. Participants: The research sample consisted of 115 participants - 56 professional parents, 27 children’s home employees and 32 Educators. Methods: To identify perceived risks of professional parenting, our self-constructed questionnaire containing 32 items describing potential risks of professional parenting was used. These items were assessed by participants using a 5-point Likert Scale. Results: The results suggested statistically significant differences in perceiving the risks of performing the tasks of professional parenting among children’s home employees, professional parents, and Educators. Conclusion: All the identified results favoured children’s home employees and Educators, in the sense that they perceived higher risks in comparison to professional parents. In terms of effect size, observed differences in perceiving the risks from the viewpoint of employees and Educators were small (η=.27-.31).