Provided by: Community Living Association Saskatoon Inc.
Maintains a registry of qualified caregivers and matches them with families requiring respite care. Short-term temporary care can be arranged for a few hours, a day, a weekend, or several consecutive days. Respite may occur in the family’s home, in the caregiver’s home, or may take the form of a community outing with a companion.
Parents or primary caregivers of an individual of any age with an intellectual disability.
Call office or email for details.
Program - Some funding may be available to subsidize the cost of respite care. Call the Ministry of Social Services at 306-933-6300 for more information.
Community Living Association Saskatoon Inc
1-816 1st Ave North
Saskatoon SK S7K 1Y3
- Adult Individual Support Program
- Family Support
- Parents Forever Parenting Program
- Recreation Programs
- Respite Registry
- Youth Support Program
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