Joining Generations (JG) is an intergenerational program operated by the Division of Services for Aging and Adults with Physical Disabilities. Joining Generations supports relative caregivers through advocacy, education, information, and other services. Joining Generations provides two respite programs for caregivers: Grand Time Off and Camp Respite, as well as the Delaware Kinship Navigator, an information and referral service.
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|Who is eligible||For all programs, a caregiver must provide the majority of care for another person's child and be related to the child by blood, marriage/civil union, or adoption. For the Grand Time Off program, caregivers must be aged 50 or over. For Camp Respite, caregivers must be aged 55 or over.|
|Where it is available||Statewide|
|Who to contact for information or enrollment||Contact the Division of Services for Aging and Adults with Physical Disabilities by phone or e-mail.|
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*Public funding means that the program is paid for, in part or in whole, by the government. Some publicly-funded programs have eligibility requirements and provide services at low cost or no cost to people who qualify. Most of these programs and services though, are also available to people who are able to pay privately (with their own money). For more information, please see the Sources of Funding section of this web site.