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|Other Titles:||Parental Satisfaction for Early Childcare in New Taipei City|
National Taiwan Normal University Department of Human Development and Family Studies
This research aims to study the condition and satisfaction of early childcare for parents with young children aged 0-3 year-old in new Taipei city. The questionnaire survey was adopted to collect the data. The parent participants were recruited from community childcare provider scheme, infant care centers/public childcare centers and those who cared young children by parents, or grandparents/relatives. The valid questionnaires were 451, 154 and 609 from the three respective groups of parents. The results were as followed. According to the results of parental questionnaires, the average ratios of childcare provider for young children in community childcare provider scheme and infant care centers/public childcare centers were 1:2.27 and 1:4.79, respectively. The main reason for those parents who cared young children by themselves or grandparents/relatives was to increase the relationships between parents and young children or among family members. The most frequently used type of young child care for parents was day care. First, the average childcare cost including that of holiday bonus paid for family childcare providers from community childcare scheme by parents was NT$ 18,324.35 monthly. Secondly, the average childcare cost including the registration fee paid for private infant care centers was NT$14,230.73 monthly. Thirdly, the average childcare cost including that of holiday bonus paid for grandparents or relatives was NT$14,809.78 monthly. Finally, the average childcare cost including that of holiday bonus paid for family childcare providers out of community childcare scheme by parents was NT $18,342.13. Most parents were satisfied with the professional quality of child care for young children. According to one way ANOVA and post hoc comparisons, the results indicated that the parents who used the childcare services from the community childcare provider scheme and infant care centers/public childcare centers had significant higher satisfaction for child care tha
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