Being a caregiver is rewarding, but it can also be stressful — mentally, physically, emotionally and financially. In order to keep caring for their loved ones, caregivers may need a break from their day-to-day duties.
Respite is a temporary break that provides short-term relief for families and primary caregivers to restore and strengthen their ability to continue providing care for a child or adult with functional needs.
This section of the website includes information about respite care, caregiver education and resources to help caregivers take the time to they need to return to their loved one refreshed and recharged.
Updated: April 19, 2013