Caregiver Respite - Program
Madison County Office for the Aging, Inc.
138 Dominic Bruno Boulevard
Helps caregivers, financially, with either in-home care, use of a respite bed at a facility, or attendance at an adult day program for a loved one who can not be left alone for any extended period of time. Provides caregiver support for those caring for a person living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. Respite care is offered for those attending group.
Family Support Respite and Recreational Services (DDSO) - Program
Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency, Inc.
9882 River Road
Offers respite care services for children with developmental disabilities includes field trips to movies, museums, restaurants and other venues are scheduled throughout the month for children to participate. Offers recreational activities in the after school program that consists of sports, crafts, board games, video gaming (Wii, Xbox) karaoke, seasonal celebrations, air hockey and foosball.
Elderly/Disability Services - Program
Resource Center for Independent Living
1607 Genesee Street
*Â Offers theÂ following services: Adult Day Services - Provides nutritious meals, social programing, supervision, personal care services, community outings, assistance with activities of daily living and door to door transportation (Oneida and parts of Herkimer countiesÂ only). In-Home Companion Care - Offers companionship and assistance with everyday activities. Caregiver Services - Provides community education, information, and referral for caregivers of the disabled or elderly. …
Respite Care - Program
350 S Washington Street
*Provides respite care to give family members time away from care giving.Â In-home services available Outside of the home services provided at the Respitality CenterÂ
Senior Companion Program - Program
InterFaith Works of Central New York
1010 James Street
Connects volunteer seniors with elderly individuals in their community who would in many cases have to move to a nursing home if they did not have this one-to-one support. Companions primarily provide in-home friendship and companionship, but also can alert doctors and family members to potential problems, assist with shopping and meal preparation, and provide respite services to family members and caregivers. .