Coronavirus: Services for babies 'stretched' and failing to reach many families

Catherine Gaunt
Thursday, September 2, 2021

The pandemic continues to have a ‘significant’ impact on babies, their families and the services that work with them, according to a new report from the First 1001 Days Movement.

While some families with new babies are keen to mix with others again, others are more reluctant PHOTO Adobe Stock
While some families with new babies are keen to mix with others again, others are more reluctant PHOTO Adobe Stock

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