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Recreation/Respite

Respite services provides temporary relief from the demands of care giving, which can help reduce overall family stress. This allows families to better meet the needs of their loved ones with a developmental disability.

Respite can be provided in the home or out of the home, during the day, evenings or night.

Respite is an “indirect” service providing relief to people who are responsible for the primary care and support of those with a developmental disability. Whenever they have to deal with family illness, emergency or caregiver/staff vacation, respite services ensure their loved one’s needs are met.

Talk to your care manager to learn more about respite services.

Recreation Respite 1

Arc GLOW offers various types of Respite Services including

Recreation Respite 2
Recreation Respite

Services provided with a focus on recreational activities and/or community integration activities. Recreational Respite services are typically delivered in a community setting and not at an agency owned site.

Site-Based Respite 

Services are provided either on the property that the provider owns/occupies or in a community setting

In-Home Respite Services

Services provided in a person’s family home and may include staff accompanying the person to non-certified community settings.

Camp Respite Service

Services provided at a site-based location, such as the Arc GLOW Camp Rainbow in Orleans County that possess a permit under NYS Department of Health.

Get Started

For more information or questions about the programs Jenifer Batt for Genesee and Orleans counties at JBatt@ArcGLOW.org or (585) 589-5516 ext. 1150 or Kristen Blaszak for Livingston and Wyoming counties at KBlaszak@ArcGLOW.org or (585) 658-2828 ext. 2239.

If submitting a referral, contact Jean Angililli at JAngililli@ArcGLOW.org or (585) 343-1123.