Early Childhood Centres and Family Resilience

Early Childhood Centres and Family Resilience: Sum...
01 Jan 1970
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Early Childhood Centres and Family Resilience: Sum...
01 Jan 1970
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Early Childhood Centres and Family Resilience: App...
01 Jan 1970
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Early Childhood Centres and Family Resilience: App...
01 Jan 1970
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Early Childhood Centres and Family Resilience: Rep...
01 Jan 1970
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Early Childhood Centres and Family Resilience: Rep...
01 Jan 1970
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This report describes the main findings of the Early Childhood Centres and Family Resilience Study. The study examined whether early childhood centres were perceived by participants to have supported the development of family resilience and helped them cope with challenging and stressful times, and if so, how.

Purpose

This report describes the main findings of the Early Childhood Centres and Family Resilience Study. The study examined whether early childhood (EC) centres were perceived by participants to have supported the development of family resilience and helped them cope with challenging and stressful times, and if so, how.

Key Results

Families/whānau found many of the practices identified within the EC centres supportive. All three EC centres in this study provided high standards of EC education and care, and demonstrated a strong commitment to providing quality education for children. In addition, their practice was focused on families/whānau and offered concern and support for them.

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