KIT for Caregivers

Respite 101 for Family Caregivers: An Introduction to Respite in Wisconsin (404)


Description
This course will provide information about the benefits of respite, settings respite can be found in, how funding works for respite care in WI, and how to apply to the major funding sources.

Length of Course: 0.5 hours Course Geared for: : Family Caregivers Population of Topic:: Lifespan

Content
  • Respite 101 for Family Caregivers: An Introduction of Respite in Wisconsin
  • Course Description
  • What is Respite Care?
  • Terms & Definitions
  • Terms
  • Section 1: Respite Care
  • Section 1: Respite Care
  • What is Respite Care?
  • Benefits of Respite
  • Feeling of Guilt?
  • Long Term Care in Wisconsin
  • What does this mean for you?
  • Governor's Task Force on Caregiving
  • Section 2: Types of Respite Programs
  • Section 2: Types of Respite Programs
  • Types of Respite Programs
  • Home-Based Respite
  • Community Respite Agencies
  • Crisis Nurseries/ Emergency Respite
  • Camps
  • Residential Facilities
  • Day Centers
  • Intergenerational Centers
  • Section 3: Respite Care in Wisconsin
  • Section 3: Respite Care in Wisconsin
  • Respite Funding
  • CLTS & CCOP
  • CLTS Services at a Glace
  • Applying for CLTS
  • Adult Services & ADRCs
  • ADRC Map
  • Family Care
  • IRIS
  • Services in IRIS_ Family Care_ Partnership_ and PACE
  • NFCSP & AFSCP
  • AFCSP vs NFCSP with Services
  • RCAW
  • Private Pay/ Out-of-Pocket
  • Respite Pay Rate
  • Respite Training
  • More Information
  • Respite 101 Eval
  • Thank you!
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever