Parents face challenges accessing childcare as lockdown eases


Working parents will continue to have problems finding the childcare they need for the foreseeable future, a social enterprise specialising in intergeneration care has warned.

Working parents worry they will be discriminated against by their employer if they struggle to find childcare, as settings reopen to fewer children because of social distancing measures
Working parents worry they will be discriminated against by their employer if they struggle to find childcare, as settings reopen to fewer children because of social distancing measures

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