working with parents and families

The important message parents should receive during their initial visit to the facility is that you, as a caregiver, intend to meet their child's needs by A. acting according to your personal beliefs and principles. B. acting according to your program philosophy. C. working with other professionals in the field. D. working with the parents.

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