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Early Head Start: Home visiting and parenting group program uptake: An implementation study

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Description:
A case study designed to examine Early Head Start home visiting services, investigating how these services are impacted by other parenting services and context of service delivery; frequency and duration of parent participation are also studied
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Reports & Papers
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United States

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