Respite Care

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Phone(410) 543-6790

Fax: (410) 341-7950

Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Closed: 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM for lunch

LocationE.S. Adkins Building, 801 North Salisbury Blvd, Suite 102, Salisbury, MD. 21801

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Respite

Questions:

1.  What is Respite Care?
     Respite Care is short-term relief care for disabled babies, children or adults in a family setting

2.  Who is eligible for Respite Care?
     Parents of disabled children, also disabled adults or any family caring for a developmentally
     disabled baby, child or adult living in one of the nine counties of the Eastern Shore are eligible
     for services.

3.  What service will Respite Care provide?
     a.  Financial reimbursement for respite care services up to approximately 100 hours per fiscal
          year.
     b.  Follow-up to ensure the continued use of the program by parents.
     c.  Counseling and guidance to the developmentally disabled and their parents.
     d.  Assistance to the parent in finding an appropriate care worker.



Coordination of Community Services Development Disabilities Program

About our program Coordination of Community Services provides information/referral and case management services for children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families. This program: Assists families in locating and arranging diagnostic evaluations, treatment, day programs, residential support and individuals/family support services. Provides, for individuals in service, assistance in implementing individual choice addressing individual satisfaction…

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Provider Agencies and Websites

Links: Abilities Network – Project Act www.abilitiesnetwork.org Arc of Maryland www.thearcmd.org Autism Society of America www.autism-society.org Bay Shore Services www.bayshoreservices.org Caregivers Marketplace www.caregiver.org CHADD (Children, Adolescents and Adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) www.chadd.org Children’s Choice www.childrenschoice.org Coordinating Center www.coordinatingcenter.org DDA www.ddamaryland.org DILA  (Deaf and Independent Living Association) www.dila.org Disability is Natural www.disabilityisnatural.com/ DORS www.dors.maryland.gov…

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Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP)

The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) provides services to individuals with a mental illness that require rehabilitative and/or restorative services to enable them to become or remain successful in the community. Home and Community Visits Individual Rehabilitation Planning Case Management Health Promotion On-Site Services Educational, Social and Support Groups 24 Hour On Call Availability FOR REFERRALS CONTACT PRP…

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