Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Respite Care Has Big Impact For Autism Parents

Parents of children with autism often report high levels of stress, but new research suggests that getting a caregiving break for as little as one hour a week can really make a difference. In a new study looking at moms and dads of those with autism, researchers found that parents were less stressed and had improved marital quality with each hour of respite care received. To view the rest of the article click here.
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