May, Shadi
August 2005
Soldiers;Aug2005, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p47
The article reports on the Web-based information and referral tool offered by the United States Army Family Child Care program for parents who are considering home-based care for infants and school-age children. Under the program, care will be provided by military family members or independent contractors in individual housing units on military installations, off-post or off-post civilian housing.


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