The effect of non-parental childcare is insignificant compared to the influence that parental presence has on early child development. And the effect of parental presence is more noticeable on early child development than in later years. The more presence by a parent, especially by the mother, in early childhood — the greater the influence on her child.
API Leader Tina McRorie with family. Read her story of how prioritizing the attachment needs of her sons shaped her career.
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