A mom with a developmentally delayed child asks: What is respite care?

Respite care is a break for parents and grandparents of handicapped, disabled or special needs kids.  It is basically a qualified caregiver stepping in to take care of your child with special needs - whether he is in a wheelchair, has cerebral palsy, is developmentally delayed, etc. - so you can get a break to run errands, go to the movies, go out to dinner.

Its great for both the parents and the child.  The parents get a break that helps them re-charge and better care for their child and the child gets to see someone new but experienced with helping disabled children.

We always encourage the parents we work with to get and use respite care (if the medical system caused the child's condition, we make respite care part of the damages the family suffered).

Interested?  Call us today at (202) 393 - 3320 for our free guide to resources in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.  No obligation - this is an absolutely free gift to parents and grandparents caring for a special child.  We do have a limited supply, so if this is you or someone you know,call today for your no obligation, free gift.