Impact evaluation of the Disabled Children's Access to Childcare pilot (DCATCH)
Great Britain. Department for Education
||An evaluation of Disabled Children's Access to Childcare (DCATCH), a pilot program in England to reduce barriers to accessing child care for disabled children and their families, that examines impacts on families' child care arrangements, information sources, barriers, and satisfaction, based on interviews with 614 parents in DCATCH areas and 656 with matched parents in non-DCATCH areas
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