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Universal, school-based, integrated early childhood services: Impact on the well-being of parents and their young children

Findings from a study of the relationship of both parents' stress and children's routines to participation in Toronto First Duty, a multi-site program in Toronto, Canada, to integrate child care, early education, and family support services, based on data collected from 38 parents and 16 children who participated in either Toronto First Duty or matched, non-integrated early childhood services
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