You are a caregiver if you legally care for someone who needs help. Caregiving is hard work. Some of us do it because it makes us feel good. Some of us do it because we feel a sense of responsibility to the person we care for. No matter why you do it, its hard work that often goes unappreciated. To continue being a good caregiver, you need to take care of yourself. One way you can do that is to make sure you have consistent breaks from your caregiving responsibilities. This is called respite. Taking time to care for yourself is a not only a key part of maintaining your own health, but it also recharges your internal battery so that you can continue providing the best care that you can.
Your Health Matters. Your child's health matters. We know it. We believe it. We show it everyday in the way that we provide services. If you (or your child/children) would like to receive a FREE eligibility assessment, click the link below, complete the contact form and someone from our team will contact you to set up your appointment.