Our Respite Services Includes:

In-Home Respite:

This allows the care to be provided in the home environment to which the individual is accustomed.

In-Home Respite can assist the family member of the individual with special needs in providing quality care at home.

Outdoor Respite:

  • Participation in community activities such as
    • Arts and creative dramatics
    • Music and dance
    • Sports – including bowling Day camp /weekend camp
    • Recreational / social programs.

After School Respite:

After school programs on weekdays and some scheduled for Saturdays.

The educational activities are well designed and geared towards expanding learning opportunities and addressing academic needs.

Respite Care

​​Inclusive Links believes that for families and caregivers of individuals with special needs, intensive support services should be of high importance. This is where we come in, through a continuum of integrated community based services in Respite Care that provides greater optimism about caring for your loved one.

Respite Care Services provides temporary relief from the demands of caregiving, which helps reduce the overall stress and better meet the needs of a loved one with special needs.

Respite Care enables family members to keep appointments, meet planned or emergency needs, and enables family members to spend a relaxed evening away.


Our Community Habilitation Program is geared towards those individuals who would perk from more personalized attention.

Individuals enrolled in the program are assigned a specific staff who is trained to aid with the peculiar issues restraining a client from fully realizing his/her potential. 

The ultimate goal of the program is:

  • To support individuals evolving skills that will grant them to be more independent either within their home or outside in the community.


Such goals might be as integral as:

  • Bed making and teeth brushing, or as complex as successfully maneuvering in the community and interacting with strangers.

Community Habilitation

​Our service coordination includes:

• Assisting individuals and families in developing, implementing, and monitoring a Life Plan/ISP that identifies their needs and goals.

• Setting goals in the pursuit of greater independence, individuality, inclusion, and productivity.

• Ensuring that decisions are made on behalf and from the perspective of the individuals in care.

• Providing a variety of options, opportunities, and resources for supports and services and helping individuals get those that are needed and/or desired.

Mission-Driven to Meet the  Needs of Individuals with Special Needs