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    Default Help with childcare research please

    As part of an independent research project, I have generated a series of questions aimed at women who have children enrolled in childcare. I would appreciate if you could take the time to complete these questions so I can determine the trends and differences in opinions. Thank you

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    HI Cafseleini - you will notice most of your posts have been deleted. You are allowed to only post a request once, please don't spam the forum in multiple areas with a request for research help. I have started this thread for you in our research area. Cheers

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