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    Matching Survey Questions and Primary Survey Data

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    Presently the majority of children care centers that exist just offer childcare services from 16 months. This is not sufficient arrangement and lot more has to be done in this regards. Childcare is an elating and a gratifying field, and a wonderful opportunity to have a positive impact on the lives of children and their families and helping to make a better society. But the needs and the requirements of the parents have to be kept in view to make the working families at ease during their work hours. With sustained efforts of looking after the children by providing them the most comfortable safe and best possible environments we can have a place in the field of Child Care. (Martinez, 1996)

    Like in USA the rising demand of the Care centers in U.S. present a vast open field of the Childcare centers with the options to provide as best facilitates as possible. The rising parents due to heavy job opportunities in offices and industries the requirement of the centers also increasing. The present Day care centers do no meet the requirement of the city parents. Beside the lack of facility for the child of 6 moths old make it more convenient to take a decision for establishing such a care center in U.S.. The present child care centers provide the services to little elder child and they provide long-term medical care and other social services to children who are in need because of a family crisis such as divorce or the death, disability, or desertion of a parent and includes a variety of programs aimed at determining paternity. In some places homemaker services also place-trained people in the home during the temporary absence of the parent. A homemaker may also teach a parent the skills needed to provide suitable family care or may help parents in the care of a disabled child. This is not sufficient for the need of the parents who like to leave their child at the care centers. Thus there is a vast opportunity available to establish such a center. There are several Voluntary Children's Homes in U.S. providing residential care program for children and young persons who may come from the following categories:

    ? Children from dysfunctional families and in need of shelter.
    ? Children who are abused or neglected.
    ? Children in need of care and protection.
    ? Destitute and abandoned children.
    ? Children who are beyond parental control.
    ? Young offenders.
    ? Children who are placed on probation.

    Like in USA the rising demand of the Care centers in U.S. present a vast open field of the Childcare centers with the options to provide as best facilitates as possible. The rising parents due to heavy job opportunities in offices and industries the requirement of the centers also increasing. The present Day care centers do no meet the requirement of the city parents. Beside the lack of facility for the child of 6 moths old make it more convenient to take a decision for establishing such a care center in U.S.. (Martinez, 1996)

    The present child care centers provide the services to little elder child and they provide long-term medical care and other social services to children who are in need because of a family crisis such as divorce or the death, disability, or desertion of a parent and includes a variety of programs aimed at determining paternity. In some places homemaker services also place-trained people in the home during the temporary absence of the parent. A homemaker may also teach a parent the skills needed to provide suitable family care or may help parents in the care of a disabled child. This is not sufficient for the need of the parents who like to leave their child at the care centers. Thus there is a vast opportunity available to establish such a center. There are 15 Voluntary Children's Homes in U.S. providing residential care program for children and young persons who may come from the following categories:

    ? Children from dysfunctional families and in need of shelter.
    ? Children who are abused or neglected.
    ? Children in need of care and protection.
    ? Destitute and abandoned children.
    ? Children who are beyond parental control.
    ? Young offenders.
    ? Children who are placed on probation.

    I need 10-13-question to go along with the survey to collect primary data.

    PLEASE BE VERY SPECIFIC

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    Please see response attached. I hope this helps and take care.

    In your long description above it says that "this is not sufficient for the need of the parents who like to leave their child at the care centers. Thus there is a vast opportunity available to establish such a center. There are 15 Voluntary Children's Homes in U.S. providing residential care program for children and young persons who may come from the following categories:

    Who are you surveying, the parents? This type of survey has both ethical and legal implications since if the parents admit to abusing or neglecting their children, it is against the law (fear may play a factor in NOT answering correctly, or NOT participating. Etc.). Or is this survey going to corrections or probation officers who could use their experiences as indicators for the needs? It sounds like it is a parent survey, so the way the questions are very important so as not to meet resistance Tand defensiveness? A pilot study may be a good way as to judge the type of question and the reaction parents has to them?

    These are suggestions, and, as mentioned above, may need tweaking for your specific ideas about day care ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution provides 10-13 survey questions based on the primary survey data collected. Specifically, the survey is for determining the need for a community day care service.

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