What to know about the latest changes to child care for the elderly

A lot has changed in the past five years.

And it’s about to get worse.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently released its most recent report on child care, finding that child care is still a good investment for families.

But with more kids in the system, the American Academy also said that families have to balance the needs of a growing family with their need to stay in work.

The most significant change to child custody, according to the AAP report, is that more parents will have children.

In 2017, nearly half of mothers and half of fathers had one child, compared to 42% of women and 43% of men.

This trend is expected to continue in 2018.

In the past, fathers and mothers could have a child at the same time, but now that children are entering kindergarten, it’s more likely they will be with one child at a time.

This trend is also expected to accelerate in the next decade, as more and more families are moving to the workforce and families have more options to care for them.

A new report from the Institute of Child Care Policy Research finds that the number of working parents has dropped by 17% over the past 10 years, to 12.7 million.

This decrease has not been evenly distributed across all families, however.

Nearly one in five families headed by an unmarried father or mother have children who do not live with them, while another 1.6 million families headed and without children do not have a single parent.

The report also found that more women and families headed home with children now live with a single adult, which means they have more resources to care in the event of an emergency.

More:Child care is a good way to build family lifeWhen it comes to child support, the AAP says that in order to maintain support for children, “the primary goal of a child support order should be to prevent children from going to work and to ensure that the children receive adequate support.”

The report states that, in the long run, children who live with single parents have higher rates of behavioral and emotional problems and are more likely to experience emotional abuse, and to end up in foster care.AAP’s Child Care and Family Services division says that the report will be released this fall, but it’s unclear when that will be.