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Promoting involvement between low-income single caregivers and urban early intervention programs

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An examination of single, low income caregivers of young children with special needs and their rate of involvement with their children's early intervention program, investigating the relations among stress, family characteristics, programs' organizational climates, and the rate of involvement
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United States

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