Support is very important to a family’s mental and physical health as well as its ability to cope. That goes double for individuals and families with disabilities, where support then becomes a critical issue. Families with disabilities are not just dealing with young children with disabilities. It affects people of all ages. As baby-boomers age, families may be dealing with cross-generational support issues. Support can come in many shapes and sizes, such as respite care or a support group offering a sympathetic ear to listen. Whether it is the need to go grocery shopping; a day to clean or just time to take a much need nap…UCP’s Respite services is here for the families within our community.
For more information about Respite Services, please contact UCP at (209) 956-0290 or send an e-mail.