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Respite
is regular, temporary breaks from care giving for a person,

(of any age) who has a disability, special need or chronic illness.

Respite is an essential service that keeps families together by protecting the health and mental health of the caregiver.  Whether you are a parent caring for a child with disabilities or a spouse or adult child caring for someone with Alzheimer’s, respite can help you continue caring for your loved one at home.
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Please consider making an on-line donation to the South Carolina Respite Coalition on Tuesday, May 2 beginning at Midnight on Monday evening.
Please note that we have chosen 10:00 am – 10:59 am as our POWER HOUR and we have the potential to win a $1000 prize if we have the most unique (different/ individual) donations during that timeframe.  If your schedule does not permit you to give on-line during our POWER HOUR, please make a donation at any time that is convenient for you between Midnight Monday and 11:59 pm on Tuesday, May 2.  Donations may be made at
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Working since 1999 to increase respite for families of all ages.
 

   See the faces and hear the voices of those
    helped by your donations and support!
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For Respite Voucher information, CLICK HERE
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