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Explore Respite Options available for your family. For assistance in connecting to Respite Options in Wellington contact Access Information & Referral for Developmental Services. Please note that some options may have a waiting list.
|Program Title :||Respite and Palliative Respite|
|Program Time :||weekend/weeklong. See Admission Criteria|
|Program Runs from :||program ongoing|
|Program Length :|
|Program Cost :||see Admission Criteria|
|Admission Criteria :||
weekend respite; weeklong respite during peak times only (ie. spring break, summer break, and winter break)
Our fees are as follows: $25/calendar day for overnight respite, $15/calendar day for Day Program
Children between the ages of 0-18 years.
Children who qualify for enhanced respite funding (ie. Deemed medically fragile technology dependent)
Referrals for Wellington residents are made by calling Access Information & Referral for Developmental Services 519-824-4015 or 1-877-216-1116.
Children who complete an intake tour where eligibility is confirmed and suitability is determined.
Children who live in the Peel, Halton, Waterloo, Wellington and Dufferin areas.
Children who have a progressive life-limiting illness or a major medical disease that demonstrates a progressive decline
Children who have a valid Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP)
Children who are eligible to receive services from the Local Health Integration Network (LHIN)
Families who have engaged in Advanced Care Planning discussions
In the case of End-of-Life Care, children must have a written Do Not Resuscitate Order (DNR)
Our palliative program offers respite services to children who have been diagnosed with a life threatening, life limiting illness demonstrating a progressive decline.
The end of life program offers compassionate and non-invasive care and relief of pain during the end stages of life. The Home offers two palliative suites that allow the family to stay with the child during this difficult time. Our support, in whatever form, is provided with the purpose of assisting children and their families to live full, active, independent lives for as long as possible and when this is no longer possible, to help children and their families prepare and manage life closure and the dying process.
In our respite program, we provide care to medically fragile and/or technologically dependent children in a safe home-like environment; giving parents a much needed break. A typical respite stay is 48 hours. In addition to overnight care, we also offer day respite. Special requests are also taken into consideration.
*Staff are Safe Management certified.
|Disability / Special Needs :||Developmental Disability, G/J Tube, Hearing Impairment, Medical, Medically Complex, Mobility, Oxygen, Personal Care (toileting), Physical, Physical Disability, Seizures, Suctioning, Tracheotomy, Ventilator|
|Individual(s) Served :||Male and Female|
|Type of Respite :||Out of Home|
|Age Category :||0-5 Preschool, 6-12 School Aged and 13-17 Adolescent|
|Agency :||The Darling Home for Kids|
|Agency Contact :||Sharleen Sun|
|Phone :||905 878 7673 x.216|
|Fax :||905 878 9886|
|Email Address :||email@example.com|
|Option offered at :||5657, 15th Sideroad, Milton, ON L9E 0C8|
|Nearest Intersection :||Hwy 25 and 15th Sideroad|
|Regions :||Guelph & Wellington|