Complementary, Alternative, and Mainstream Service use Among Families with Young Children with Multiple Disabilities: Family Costs to Access Choices.

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ABSTRACT Families raising a young child with multiple disabilities are charged with significant responsibilities such as learning about their child's condition and navigating mainstream and alternative services. Aim: Describe service choices, costs, out of pocket expenses, and the impact on families. Methods: Survey design using a custom questionnaire was… (More)

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@article{BourkeTaylor2014ComplementaryAA, title={Complementary, Alternative, and Mainstream Service use Among Families with Young Children with Multiple Disabilities: Family Costs to Access Choices.}, author={Helen M Bourke-Taylor and Claire Cotter and Rebecca Stephan}, journal={Physical & occupational therapy in pediatrics}, year={2014} }