• 2 social scientists explain how childcare insecurity is hurting caregivers across the US

    12 days ago - By Business Insider

    Not having childcare affects mothers' interpersonal interactions and quality of life.
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    Childcare insecurity, or limited or uncertain access to adequate care, is a public health issue.
    The pandemic caused a spike in need that impacted the well-being and mental health of caregivers.
    Biden has proposed policies to address the issue, but economic constraints aren't the only cause.
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    Childcare insecurity is a term we've come up with to describe limited or uncertain access to adequate childcare. It factors into many Americans'...
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