Respite Care for Adults with Disabilities - Oxford and Norfolk

Respite care offers temporary, substitute living arrangements or special care in the home for adults with disabilities in order to provide a brief period of relief or rest (usually more than twenty-four hours) for the family members, guardians or other people who are their regular caregivers.

See In-Home Nursing and In-Home Personal Support for programs that offer the services of substitute caregivers who provide respite care in the individual's own home.

Short-stay programs are offered by some Long-Term Care Homes and Retirement Homes for adults living in the community with long-term care needs and/or who require care when recovering or stabilizing. Admission to these short-stay programs is through Community Care Access Centres. A few long-term care homes offer private short-stay respite care. Apply directly to the residential home.

See also Adult Day Programs and Hospice Care.
 
These services are located in Oxford and Norfolk
Community Living Tillsonburg - Children's Services of Community Living Tillsonburg   Tillsonburg
Oxford-Elgin Child and Youth Centre   Woodstock
WDDS (Woodstock and District Developmental Services) - Respite Services   Woodstock

These services are located outside of Oxford and Norfolk, but provide service to Oxford and Norfolk.
Bethesda - Community Response Program   Thorold
Christian Horizons - South District Office   London
Parents of Technologically Dependent Children of Ontario - Kids Country Club   London
respiteservices.com  
St Joseph's Health Care London - Parkwood Hospital - Complex Care Program   London
Victoria Eldercare   Simcoe


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