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United Cerebral Palsy of Sacramento & Northern California

UCP Family Respite

United Cerebral Palsy of Sacramento & Northern California

UPDATED: March 20, 2019

Caring for an individual with developmental disabilities can have severe emotional and physical effects. It can often leave caregivers feeling depressed, burned out, tired and stressed. That’s where UCP’s Family Respite comes in. When caregivers need a break and a few hours to rest and renew their energy, UCP’s Family Respite Services can help.

The in-home program gives parents and caregivers the freedom to complete activities we often take for granted in our everyday lives:

- Running errands
- Taking care of household concerns
- Spending time with other children in the family
- It goes without saying that caregiving is a difficult job, but few know just how devastating the results can be when a family does not receive respite care.

Simply put, Respite Care provides much needed relief from caregiving duties when you’re looking after a loved one who requires frequent supervision and care.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • No Cost
  • N/A

Address:

United Cerebral Palsy of Sacramento & Northern California
4350 Auburn Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95841
United States

Website:

UCP Family Respite

Phone:

(916) 779-6270

Email:

respite@ucpsacto.org

Contact:

Steve Horton

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