Today twelve million American families use some form of child care, from nannies and au pairs to family-child care homes and licensed child care centers. The authors of Child Care That Works explore every option available and answer the hard questions many working parents are asking:
• How do you recognize quality child care? • Should your child’s treatment dictate the child care you choose? • What if you can’t afford the best child care? • What should you do if you disagree with the way your caregiver disciplines your child? • How can you tell if your child is happy with his caregiver? • How can you build a strong sense of family when your child spends more waking hours with others?
Child Care That Works is an essential guide for working parents to today’s many forms of child care and how to get the most ouf of them.
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Published by Main Street Books May 23, 1989| ISBN 9780385247283