“Children with behavioral, non-behavioral, and multiple disabilities, and the risk of out-of-home placement disruption”

Helton, Jesse J. Child abuse & neglect 35, no. 11 (2011): 956-964.

Placement with kin decreased the likelihood of disruption for a majority of children, and children with different types of disabilities were no more or less likely to disrupt in kinship care compared to children with no disability (ChildFocus).