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Respite services allow caregivers to take time for themselves while knowing that their loved one is in a safe and comfortable environment.

Our services provide quality care to individuals with special needs, so caregivers can rest assured that their loved one is in good hands. This break can help caregivers to maintain their physical and mental health. 


Respite care typically falls into three categories: in-home respite care, where a care provider comes to the home to provide care; facility-based respite care, where the person needing care is taken to a respite care home; and crisis respite care, which is short-term care provided in times of an emergency or unexpected event.


Contact our respite coordinator Jessica Hadyn. She will work with you to develop a plan that meets your individual needs and preferences. She will provide you with the information and resources you need to make informed decisions about the respite services you receive. She will also provide ongoing support and follow-up support to ensure that your respite needs are met.


We are committed to providing personalized support for each family. We understand that every family has its own unique set of needs, and we strive to provide resources tailored to meet those needs. We have an experienced team of professionals who are devoted to helping families find the right resources and support to help them thrive and be successful.

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