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Caregivers who qualify may receive respite vouchers to pay a “substitute caregiver” up to $10 per hour (up to $300 per quarter) for in-home respite or for attendance of the care recipient at a day care center or other non-residential program. 

Inhalants as a recreational drug is sometimes the first “drug” and according to Wichita Mountains Prevention Network (WMPN) the average age of first time inhalant users is 10-years-old.


If it’s your first time taking on the role of caregiver for someone with dementia or Alzheimer's disease you may feel at a loss, but Duncan Re…

As the year closes, the members of the Parents and Caregivers of Children with Special Needs or Medical Challenges support group want to end t…