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Child care characteristics of infants with and without special needs: Comparisons and concerns [Abridged]

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A study of employment and child care characteristics, concerns, and problems in a sample of 166 families with children with diagnosed disabilities by 12 months old, as compared to a sample of 139 typically developing children and their families from the Seattle site of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Study of Early Child Care
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United States
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Washington

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