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child·care

 (chīld′kâr′)
n.
The provision of care for a child, especially a preschooler, by an institution or a person other than a parent or guardian.

childcare

(ˈtʃaɪldˌkɛə)
n
1. (Social Welfare) care provided for children without homes (or with a seriously disturbed home life) by a local authority
2. (Social Welfare) care and supervision of children whose parents are working, provided by a childminder or local authority
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.childcare - a service involving care for other people's childrenchildcare - a service involving care for other people's children
service - an act of help or assistance; "he did them a service"
day care, daycare - childcare during the day while parents work
Translations
péče o děti
børneforsorg
lastenhoito
briga o djeci
児童養護
육아
barnomsorg
การดูแลเลี้ยงเด็ก
sự trông trẻ

childcare

[ˈtʃaɪldkɛəʳ]
A. Ncuidado m de los niños
B. CPD childcare facilities NPLguarderías fpl

childcare

رَعَايَة الأَطْفال péče o děti børneforsorg Kinderbetreuung παιδική φροντίδα cuidado de los niños, puericultura lastenhoito garde d’enfants briga o djeci strutture di assistenza ai bambini 児童養護 육아 kinderopvang barnepass opieka nad dzieckiem serviço de cuidado infantil уход за детьми barnomsorg การดูแลเลี้ยงเด็ก çocuk bakımı sự trông trẻ 育儿
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Education and Childcare Minister Sam Gyimah speaks about the future of childcare in England at the Family Childcare Trust conference.
HIS is an important warning for anyone who pays for childcare.
CHILDCARE became the focus of the general election battle as Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg set out his manifesto promises, which include a pledge to provide 15 hours a week of free childcare for all children of working parents aged between nine months and two years.
RISING childcare costs are preventing parents going back to work after having children - and the system to help ease the financial burden will get even more complex.
The cost of childcare in Australia is expected to increase in 2018 as parents continue to deal with the challenges of childcare affordability.
Childcare is the single most expensive element of raising a child in their early years and, at PS41,139, accounts for almost half of the overall cost.
Childcare costs have shot up by 27% in the last five years, says the Family and Childcare Trust - with parents having to cough up PS1,214 more than they did in 2009.
TENS of thousands of children are missing out on childcare because of a lack of provision in poor and rural areas.
A 'toxic mix' of rising childcare costs and 'patchy' provision is putting pressure on families in Scotland.
Summary: The high costs of Childcare mean going out to work full-time is now hardly worthwhile for a growing number of "second earners".
DIY Childcare Vouchers are delighted to announce their launch, set to save business owners thousands of pounds, and cut the complications relating to the UK government's childcare voucher scheme.
YOUR readers will probably be aware that Save the Children has recently launched a nationwide campaign on childcare and is calling on governments in Westminster and on Cardiff Bay to do more to help working families.