Family caregivers are needed to participate in listening sessions about their experiences with respite services this summer.
The National Center on Cultural Competence(NCCC) is seeking racially, ethnically, culturally and linguistically diverse family caregivers of children/youth and adults with disabilities, and older adults to participate.
The information gathered will be used to develop tools to help respite providers, partners, and others provide culturally competent respite services.
Small stipends are available for family caregivers who participate.
NCCC will also be holding listening sessions with respite providers of all types to hear about the challenges and successes in providing respite care to diverse populations.
Please share this information with families who may be interested in participating.
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Family Caregivers of Children and Youth - English (pdf)
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Family Caregivers of Adults with Disabilities -Eng (pdf)
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If you are interested in participating, contact the NCCC: Phone - 202.687.5387
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
by Friday, June 17, 2022
Voicemail messages are available in English and Spanish.