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Respite provider search

Your Needs as Parent or Caregiver

The following questions will help you to find a respite provider in your area that matches your needs and the needs of your loved one.
Click on the section titles below to expand each section and answer the questions that best suits your needs. Many respite providers have eligibility requirements, such as age, location, etc.. The more detail you provide with your answers below, the more likely you are to find a respite provider that will meet your needs.

Section 1: Location

Please enter the city or zipcode for the area you are looking for Respite Care



Search will limit the number of providers within a 35 miles radius from your location.

Section 2: When



Daytime
Emergencies
Evenings
Extended Periods
Overnight
Weekends

Section 3: Where



In Your Home
In Provider's Home or Facility
Community Setting

Section 4: Age



0-2 years
3-5 years
6-18 years
19-35 years
36-50 years
51-64 years
65-74 years
75-84 years
85 and over

Section 4: Needs



Assist with cleaning, ostomy care, changing disposables
Assist with wheel chair re-positioning
Body washing, shampooing, drying.
Dress, and undress. Assist with TED hose
Help prepare meals, cut food, assist with feeding, special diet, food allergies
Help transfer from one place to another, such as from a chair to a bed. Can use hoyer lift.
Shaving, washing, combing hair, denture care

Section 5: Medical Needs



ALS / Lou Gehrig's Disease
Alzheimer's / Dementia
Arthritis or other Joint Problems
Autism / Autism Spectrum Disorder
Blood problems, such as Anemia or Sickle Cell Disease
Breathing problems such as Asthma, COPD and Cystic Fibrosis
Cancer
Catheter Care
Cerebral Palsy
Diabetes
Feeding Tube
Hearing Impairment / Hearing Aids
Heart Problems
Intellectual Disability / Developmental Delay
Multiple Sclerosis
Muscular Dystrophy
Paraplegia / Quadriplegia
Parkinson's Disease
Seizure Disorder
Severe Allergies
Speech and Language Delayed
Spinal Cord
Stiff Person's Syndrome
Stroke
Tracheotomy
Traumatic Brain Injury
Visual Impairment

Section 6: Emotional Needs



ADD/ADHD
Anxiety
Depression
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Hyperactivity
Mental Disorder
Non-Verbal
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Physically Aggressive
Reactive Attachment Disorder
Self-Abusive
Temper Tantrums
Wandering

Section 7: Language



English
Spanish
German
Vietnamese
French
Czech
Chinese
Arabic
Russian
Albanian
American Sign Language
Cantonese
Croatian
Danish
Dutch
Greek
Hebrew
Hungarian
Irish
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Lithuanian
Native Indian
Norwegian
Polish
Portuguese
Romanian
Serbian
Tagalog
Thai



Center on Children Families and the Law - University of Nebraska-Lincoln 206 S. 13th St. Suite 1000
Lincoln, NE 68588-0227 - Phone: 800-746-8420 - Tollfree: 402-472-0844 in Lincoln
Answers4Families  Nebraska Department Health and Human Services  Center on Children Families and the Law
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