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Sustaining family, friend, and neighbor child care during and after COVID-19: Survey findings

To examine the critical role of FFN providers before, during, and after the pandemic, assess the supports they have received in offering care, and identify the additional supports they need to offer safe and supportive care for children while ensuring their own well-being, the National Women’s Law Center conducted a survey of FFN providers and organizations that offer support to FFN providers. This report summarizes the findings of the survey, conducted between late July and early September 2020, to offer insight into how the pandemic, the recession, and access to supports have affected FFN caregivers’ ability to provide care, and what strategies will help these crucial providers thrive in the future. (author abstract)
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