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But you can identify them.
We can identify them, and send them to the proper places.
Yes. We can do that.
Do you have cases of children that you have helped here, and
that for one reason or another have dropped out before 16 -- well,
first of all, have any of them returned?
Children who have dropped out?
Yes. There are whole families that have dropped out of the
service. Sometimes they come back. Sometimes they get referred again.
And sometimes we never see them again. Really. Now, what we don't
have in this center is the capacity to follow up every single family
that comes in here. We don't have that capacity. We can only follow
up a very few.
But you do follow up a sampling?
Yes. A sampling, yes. But that's all we can do, really.
Is that pre-selected or is it kind of at random?
It's kind of at random. It's kind of at random. It depends
on the resources we have. We can do a few ourselves. Occasionally
we get a graduate student who's doing a thesis and wants a piece of
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