Child Care that Works: A Parent's Guide to Finding Quality Child Care
Child care is a critical need for many of today's parents. But finding a child care provider who can meet your child's particular needs and give your child the nurturing, supportive environment you seek can be a stressful process. With Child Care That Works, husband-and-wife team Mon and Eva Cochran offer five decades of experience in child care to ease parents' concerns. They explain how to identify quality care, what to look for in a provider, what to ask potential providers, how to make sure your children get the care they need, and much, much more. An essential childcare reference.
Jean Feldman is the author of several early childhood books for teachers including Transition Time and Rainy Day Activities. She lives in Dunwoody, Georgia.
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Types of Care and How to Find Them
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How to Support Your Childs Caregiver
The Caregiver as a Family Resource
Paying for Child Care
Child Care on a Shoestring
How to Improve Child Care Conditions
Employers and Public Policies
Care in Your Own Home
SchoolAge Child Care
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Childrens Reactions to Child Care
Handling Guilt and Anxiety
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