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Family, friend, and neighbor child caregivers: Results of a statewide study to determine needs and desires for support
Drake, Pamela M., 2006
Early Childhood Education Journal, 33(4), 239-244

A description of the results of a study designed to examine the support needs of family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) caregivers in California, focusing on the need for licensing, informational materials, education and training, and supportive agencies

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First 5 California Informal Child Caregiver Support Project: Focus groups and interviews report: Executive summary
Drake, Pamela M., June 2004
Sacramento: First 5 California.

A summary of a study of the support that family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) caregivers need and want in order to enhance children's development, based on focus groups with FFN caregivers and parents who use FFN child care

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First 5 California Informal Child Caregiver Support Project: Kit for New Parents focus groups with family, friend and neighbor caregivers: Executive summary
Drake, Pamela M., June 2004
Sacramento: First 5 California.

A summary of a study of family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) caregivers' responses to the Kit for New Parents, a parenting education kit, based on focus groups with FFN caregivers

Executive Summary


What we learned from focus groups and interviews throughout California
Drake, Pamela M., June 2004
Sacramento: First 5 California.

A study of the support that family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) caregivers need and want in order to enhance children's development, based on focus groups with FFN caregivers and parents who use FFN child care

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