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Early childhood home visiting and home-based child care providers: Expanding participation

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This brief summarizes opportunities, challenges, and steps required to expand home visiting services to support HBCC providers. It is one brief in a series focusing on supporting HBCC provider participation in various federal programs and service systems. Based on interviews with experts and a brief literature review, we first describe the HBCC context and what home visiting is. Then, we explain the benefits of home visiting for different types of HBCC providers, how home visiting is funded, key considerations for expanding home visiting to HBCC, recommended actions for states and the home visiting field, and future research directions. Box 1 highlights key points. (author abstract)

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