Places live-in au pairs with degrees or experience in teaching, speech/language pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy or nursing who are trained to support in-home therapies, taking kids to therapy appointments, homework, administering medication and feeding.
Inclusive preschool for low-income children (ages 3–5), alternative payment program, childcare nutrition program (including a stipend for meals and parent education); site-based and in-home for eligible families with kids 0–12.
Nonprofit organization provides individualized care, supervision and companionship for children ages 3+ and young adults in the privacy and comfort of their own homes so their caregivers may take time for self-care.
Provides temporary in-home support to families of developmentally disabled persons in Imperial Valley & San Diego Counties. Qualified Respite Care Providers offer support and relief to parents or guardians from daily caregiving challenges.
Provides in-home skilled nursing, respite care and ABA services. Vendored through the SDRC and takes a variety of insurances, including Medi-Cal and TriCare. TriCare patients who already receive nursing care are also eligible for in-home OT, PT and speech/language services.
Child special care program and adult behavioral day program.
Community Option Program 24/7 for families that receive In-Home Respite Services through the SDRC enables the respite worker to take the client out of the home and into the community. Weekend Away program allows family a quick trip while the client stays at the Respite House. Private pay option for additional hours beyond contract.
Program designed to keep families with children who have intellectual and/or developmental disabilities together by offering behavioral supports and training for parents, extended family members and respite providers. Out-of-home respite care by well-trained, certified resource families per SDRC referral.
Childcare referrals, respite care for children and afterschool care for teens who have special needs. Provides health and behavioral health services, financial assistance for childcare for income-eligible families, parent and provider education, and resources for choosing childcare.