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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.



Do It

With Love

Respite Awareness Day at the Statehouse
See Governor's Proclamation
Tuesday, February 14, 2017

See Coverage from WLTX-TV


Read the Press Release with All Details


A big THANK YOU to our caregivers, care receivers,
supporters, and legislators who came out to celebrate
the value of RESPITE!


It's never too late to thank our legislators for their support!!
Without these funds, we could not continue our mission!
Call or write your legislator today!

                                         Materials for Respite Day 2017:
  Information for Legislators
  Faces of Respite 2017

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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Last modified: 12/08/16       Webmaster: Renée A. Gibson, LMSW, CSA