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ASD - Autism Spectrum Disorder Respite

Respite is defined as:  "a flexible, periodic, short-term break from care-giving for the purpose of rest and renewal for the family" (An Ideal Model for Children & Youth - Respite Services and Supports, June 2007)

ASD respite is a flexible, self-directed funding support.  This funding will provide family members or guardians, temporary relief from the physical and emotional demands involved with caring for children with ASD.

Families and/or guardians caring for children who have a documented diagnosis within the Autism Spectrum Disorder from ages 0-17 may apply for ASD respite funding.   The Elgin Respite Network committee accepts & reviews the applications and allocates the available resources.

Inquires can be directed to the Elgin Respite Network through:
Janice Fisher, Respite Administrator
Community Living Elgin, Elgin Respite Network
400 Talbot St.  St. Thomas, ON  N5P 1B8
519-631-8012 x623

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