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Brief report: Stress, social support, and respite care use in families with autistic children

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Factor, D.C., Perry, A. & Freeman, N. Brief report: Stress, social support, and respite care use in families with autistic children. J Autism Dev Disord 20, 139–146 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02206863

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Keywords

  • Social Support
  • School Psychology
  • Autistic Child
  • Respite Care