Peer Support as a Strategy for Enhancing Home-Based Child Care Providers’ Well-Being and Equitable Engagement in Publicly Funded Systems, Quality Improvement and Leadership

This brief discusses the role peer support can play in enhancing home-based child care (HBCC) providers’ well-being and increasing providers’ equitable engagement in publicly funded systems, quality improvement, and leadership. This brief also examines the ways staffed family child care (FCC) networks and FCC provider-led associations use peer support and suggests promising peer support strategies that state agencies may consider for increasing equity for HBCC providers.

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  • Early Childhood Program Design and Management
  • Equal Access to Child Care
  • Professional Development
  • Quality Improvement
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