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|Description||Respite provides a break for caregivers, such as family members, who take care of an older person, an adult with a physical disability, or a person with dementia. The service can be regularly-scheduled (for example, once a week) or can be given from time to time, as needed by the caregiver. Respite is provided in the home of the care recipient or caregiver.|
|Eligibility||To be eligible for respite, a care recipient must be a Delaware resident in need who is either: aged 60+; aged 18+ with a physical disability; or any age with dementia.|
|Info or Enrollment||Contact the Delaware Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) by phone or email.|
|More Resources||Guide to Services for Older Delawareans and Persons with Disabilities
Delaware Aging and Disability Resource Center Service Provider Search
|Related Links||On this website:
Adult Day Services
Caregiver Information and Support
On other sites:
ARCH National Respite Network
Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center
Camp Fairlee - Respite Programs