Services For Children, Teens And Adults Living With Their Families

JARC's Summer LinkUp participants enjoy a game of Putt Putt golf

JARC's Summer LinkUp participants enjoy a game of Putt Putt golf

 

JARC serves hundreds of families that have a child with any disability or an adult with a developmental disability living at home.

Services include:

  • Respite Care
  • Preparation for Residential Placement
  • Social and Recreational Programs

For more information about JARC’s services, please contact Monee Whitney at moneewhitney@jarc.org or 248-488-7532.

 

 

 

Respite and/or Community Living Supports

JARC's Respite/CLS Program utilizes specially-trained staff.  Respite/CLS staff provide families with a much-needed break from caring for their children with disabilities.  They also teach skills and work on goals as outlined in the person's service plan.  Respite/CLS staff will help the person participate in community activities and are trained to provide medical assistance, as needed.

To learn more about JARC’s respite care services, contact Monee Whitney at 248-488-7532.

 

Preparation For Residential Move

JARC provides information and support for an eventual move into a JARC group home, transition home or to live in one's own home.  We can help parents and families develop short- and long-term plans for their children and can discuss the importance of estate planning and governmental benefits.

Families can also visit JARC’s homes and programs to get a first-hand look at our top-notch services.

To learn more about JARC's preparation for residential placement, contact Monee Whitney at 248-488-7532.

 

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