First, educators should help design curricular programs that would help latchkey children
(and their parents) determine the logistical means and the responsibilities of self-care arrangements (Lilly, 1992).
They found that 23 percent of the high-risk, latchkey children
reported drinking 11 or more alcoholic drinks during their lifetime, while only 11 percent of children with constant supervision reported drinking that much.
had more fears, a difference that related closely to the child-parent relationship.
They found that latchkey children
appear to be functioning similarly to the children who go home to their mothers.
During World War II, women flooded the labor market and the amount of latchkey children
Others make daily phone calls to latchkey children
with whom they are matched.