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Developing a Student Respite Provider System for Children With Autism

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Issue published: April 2006
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Daniel Openden
University of California, Santa Barbara
Jennifer B. Symon
California State University, Los Angeles
Lynn Kern Koegel
University of California, Santa Barbara
Robert L. Koegel
University of California, Santa Barbara

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