Advancing child abuse and neglect protective factors: The role of early care and education infrastructure [Executive summary]

Author(s): Kagan, Sharon Lynn;
Date Issued: September, 2003
Publisher(s): Center for the Study of Social Policy (Washington, D.C.)
Description: A summary of a discussion of the use of the Strengthening Families approach to prevent child abuse and neglect through the promotion of protective factors in the delivery of early childhood education and care services
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Source: Washington, DC: Center for the Study of Social Policy. (No longer accessible as of January 18, 2013.)
Topics: Programs, Interventions & Curricula > Programs > Early Intervention/Protective/Therapeutic/At-Risk Programs
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