Parents choosing between paying for food and childcare as providers forced to raise fees

Katy Morton
Friday, March 25, 2022

One in four parents have had to cut down on necessary expenses such as food and heating to afford childcare, as more than a third of providers reveal plans to further increase fees, according to new research.

New research highlights the impact of childcare underfunding on families, providers and the workforce, PHOTO Adobe Stock
New research highlights the impact of childcare underfunding on families, providers and the workforce, PHOTO Adobe Stock

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