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Univ of Toledo Looking for Parents of Young Children Who Have Had Successful or Unsuccessful Child Care Experiences
Project Open House, is a project that we’re working on with the Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council. We are interested in speaking with parents of children with disabilities that have had experiences (either successfully or unsuccessfully) finding childcare for their children. Our goal is to hear from as many parents as possible about their experiences and use this information to improve families’ access to high quality inclusive childcare in Ohio. We have money to provide a $25 stipend for up to 45 parents who can take an hour out of their evening to speak with us on a conference call. We have scheduled two conference calls (and will provide more project info and the call-in information to parents who email me at One conference call will take place on Monday evening, June 5th from 7-8 p.m. (EDT). The second will take place on Thursday evening, June 8th from 7-8 p.m. (EDT).

Laurie A. Dinnebeil, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of Early Childhood Education, Higher Education, and Special Education
Distinguished University Professor and Daso Herb Chair, Inclusive ECE
Editor, Journal of Early Intervention
University of Toledo, GH 4500E
2801 West Bancroft Street, MS 954, Toledo, OH 43606
Phone: 419.530.4118 Email: Fax: 419.530.7261
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