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Infants and Toddlers in Out- of- Home Care
     

Infants and Toddlers in Out- of- Home Care

by Debby ed. Cryer, Thelma Harms, Thelma Harms
 

As more working families are placing their infants and toddlers in out-of-home care, the need for well-founded practices in child care and early intervention becomes more urgent. Finally - from leading authorities in the field - this thorough and research-based text gives you all the critical information you need to develop the best out-of-home care for infants in

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As more working families are placing their infants and toddlers in out-of-home care, the need for well-founded practices in child care and early intervention becomes more urgent. Finally - from leading authorities in the field - this thorough and research-based text gives you all the critical information you need to develop the best out-of-home care for infants in their first three years. You'll explore a range of quality child care issues, such as common health risks to children in out-of-home care facilities increasing cognitive, linguistic, and social development in the first three years characteristics of successful infant/toddler and early intervention programs cultural context of infant and toddler care changing family/work demographics federal and state roles in infant/toddler out-of-home care You'll get specific recommendations for policy, practice, training, and future research in the field of early child care and education, as well as loads of startling statistics on the quality and prevalence of out-of-home care. Discover how to give children optimum out-of-home care - order this essential text today!

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Gives readers critical information needed to develop quality out-of- home care for children in their first three years. Discusses issues including health risks, cognitive and social development, and cultural context of infant and toddler care, and describes characteristics of successful infant/toddler and early intervention programs. Examines family and work demographics related to child care, and explains federal and state roles in infant/toddler out-of-home care. The authors are investigators at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781557664570
Publisher:
Brookes Publishing
Publication date:
01/01/2000
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
400
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.70(d)

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