4.3 million parents could be without access to early support services

Katy Morton
Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Millions of parents are missing out on, or struggling to access, early years support services due to the pandemic, according to Action for Children, which is calling on the Government to implement a 'minimum service guarantee'.

More than three-quarters of parents who were unable to access a service, typically offered in children’s centres, worried about the impact on themselves or their child PHOTO Adobe Stock
More than three-quarters of parents who were unable to access a service, typically offered in children’s centres, worried about the impact on themselves or their child PHOTO Adobe Stock

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