The provision of respite services for caregivers of children and young adults with autism may reduce hospitalizations among those with the condition, a study shows. "In many cases, hospitalization may result as much from the stress the child's behavior places on the family as from the behavior," University of Pennsylvania researcher David Mandell and his colleagues wrote. However, the study did not find a link between various therapies and lower incidence of hospitalization.

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