Families, friends & neighbors: Understanding the needs of FFN childcare providers in L.A. County
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First 5 LA;
First 5 LA
A study of the characteristics and needs of family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) child care providers in Los Angeles County, California, based on surveys from 448 FFN providers and on five focus groups with 44 FFN providers
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