Child care and children with special needs: Challenges for low income families: Final report
Ward, Helen D.;
Morris, Lisa M.;
Atkins, Julie A.;
Edmund S. Muskie School of Public Service. Institute for Child and Family Policy
||A multi-method study, focusing predominantly on Maine, of the challenges and barriers facing low-income working families with special needs children in finding and retaining child care services and in balancing work and family, based on parent interviews and focus groups, a field study, a child care provider survey, a parent survey, and an analysis of data from the 1997, 1999, and 2002 rounds of the National Survey of America's Families
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