ARE WELL- BEHAVED
Grandchildren: Are They Up to the Job? is the first to examine a nationally representative sample of children and compare households where children are being raised by grandparents with those being raised by their parents.
“A large number of mothers and fathers aren't able to meet the responsibilities of parenthood, prompting their own parents to take on the primary caregiver role for their grandchildren,” said author Andrew Adesman, MD, FAAP, chief of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics for Cohen Children’s Medical Center. — ANI