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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.
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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
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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
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Translations
péče o děti
børneforsorg
lastenhoito
garde d’enfants
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
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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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Data from Child Care Aware of America, a nonprofit that works in child-care policy, indicate the average annual cost for full-time care of an infant at a child-care center in 2016 ranged from $5,178 in Mississippi to $23,089 in the District of Columbia.
Child-Care Subsidies: Do They Impact the Quality of Care Children Experience?
* Mothers with a high school degree or less were just as likely as mothers with some college education to experience increased employment tenure when receiving child-care subsidies.
Making progress in these areas is also a matter of economic justice and of employment equality for the overwhelmingly female child-care work force.
"Child-care market mechanisms: Does policy affect the quantity of care?" Social Service Review 80(3):453-484.
Income levels for family child-care providers will also be improved.
THE child-care needs of military families often grow when service members deploy.
The child-care provider also must apply--an important step because of how the subsidy, which comes through the Children and Youth office, is paid out, Witte noted.
Child-care insurers are enforcing more strictly their underwriting guidelines in response to allegations of child molestation and other emerging risks.
Child-care providers spend more than $1.3 billion annually on paper-based data collection and reporting required by state government agencies, according to a study released by the National Child Care Association, Conyers, Georgia.
Child-care providers don't make a lot of money, but they receive other rewards from running their home businesses.