An understanding of the aging process affords a multidimensional approach to the delivery of care: psychological, physical, cognitive, emotional, spiritual and social.
We also understand that most people would prefer to receive care in their home as for as long as possible but we can also help transition to a new environment with our tailored care supports.
Our services for youth and children look at recreation and respite in the form of summer day camp, March break, winter break and after-school programming.
Our Day Program is geared to adults over the age of 21 with developmental challenges. It affords individuals opportunity for recreation, community integration, and life skills development.
The term respite suggests different things to different people. Most often the term signals a time for a break for those in need. Our respite options offer a caregiver a break with in home support, community integration, and on site recreational programs.