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Residential Respite Care
What is respite care? Respite care allows caretakers and family members to take a “break” to attend a movie, vacation, or enjoy some other activity. If you are the parent or guardian of a disabled individual six years of age or older, we urge you to utilize our Residential and/or Activity Respite services.
Residential Respite Care takes place in our residential homes, as space is available. We assist with personal care such as dressing, bathing, medications, and personal hygiene. We also assist individuals with preparing meals, bed making, grocery shopping and supervision in all activities.
Group Activity Respite Care is excellent for helping individuals establish friendships with their peers as they interact in group settings. Activities include special events, tennis, hiking, bowling, arts and crafts, and other interests suggested by the individuals.
We’ve all been there. Those times when the day-to-day tasks of life feel insurmountable. Or just when you thought you couldn’t be more overwhelmed, you or a loved one becomes ill or injured. Things come up. These times can be difficult for anyone, but can be devastating for the parents and guardians of individuals with disabilities.
It is with you in mind that we developed two types of Respite Services for individuals with diagnoses that include but are not limited to autism, intellectual disabilities, mental health issues, developmental disabilities, physical limitations, or a combination of these disorders.
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