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Research outputs: CARE OF CHILDREN
The 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic resulted in the closure of businesses and schools, the remote provision of services and the...Download this report
2020 Service providers' perceptions of families caring for children with disabilities in resource-poor settings in South Africa
Caring for children with disabilities (CWD) is a challenging task for families and service providers alike. Even though previous research ha...
Conceptualizing father presence or absence in discreet terms masks the fluidity of men's involvement with children. It is necessary, in the ...
2013 Knowledge and experiences of child care workers regarding care and management of children with special needs in Gauteng, South Africa
The aim of the study was to determine the knowledge and experiences of child care workers in the care and management of children with specia...