RESPITE, CHILDCARE, SKILLED NURSING, SAFETY

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RESPITE/CHILDCARE/SKILLED NURSING

 

AblePathways Respite Care
In-home care for kids with Autism/ASD and developmental delay.
830 E Vista Way #108
 Vista, CA 92084
760-230-5251
www.ablepathways.com

AccentCare Home Health of CA
(See listing under In-Home Support Services)

ARCC Center (Autism, Respite, Camp and Childcare Center)
Respite care and social mentoring for children and teens with developmental disorders.
619-488-6002
www.arcccenter.org

The Arc of San Diego Respite Care
Programs for respite care. Community Option Program 24/7 for families that receive In-Home Respite Services through the SDRC enables the respite worker to take the client out of the home and into the community. Weekend Away program allows family a quick trip while the client stays at the Respite House. Families also have a private pay option for additional hours beyond their contract.
619-685-1175

www.arc-sd.com/respite

At Your Home Familycare
In-home care for adults, teens and children with disabilities.
6540 Lusk Blvd. #C-266
 SD, 92121
858-625-0406
www.atyourhomefamilycare.com

AVID In-Home Respite Services
Provides quality, reliable, caring, in-home respite services for infants, toddlers, children, and adults, 7 days a week from 6 a.m.-11 p.m.
562 W Grand Ave. 
Escondido, CA 92025
760-498-4931


www.avidbdp.org

Brightstar Care San Diego HHA
Childcare for kids with special needs, Certified Nursing Assistants for in-home 24-hour care or occupational, physical, speech and IV therapies.
Central & East County
858-777-9525


www.brightstarcare.com

Care.com
Membership required online resource helps parents find nannies, babysitters, behavioral management specialists and other special needs care. Background checks.
www.care.com

Casa Pacifica Adult Day Health Care Center
Transportation assistance, therapies, activities and recreation daily for adults 18 and older with disabilities.
1424 30th St. #C, SD, 92154
619-424-8181
www.casa-pacifica.com

Child Development Associates (CDA) Child Care Alternative Payment Program for 0-12
(See listing under Infant/Toddler Specific)

Community Interface Services
Nonprofit organization provides individualized care, supervision and companionship for children ages 3 and young adults in the privacy and comfort of their own homes so their caregivers may take time for self-care.
2621 Roosevelt St.
Carlsbad, CA 92008
760-729-3866
www.communityinterfaceservices
.org

Dependable Nursing
Provides nursing services to individuals with physical and mental challenges, including before and afterschool care, LVN and CNA/NA services, and interim nursing.
5055 Avenida Encinas #120
 Carlsbad, CA 92008
760-602-0583
www.dependablenursing.org

Maxim Healthcare Services
In-home care, respite, companion care and ABA therapy.
Carlsbad Home Healthcare
2141 Palomar Airport Rd. #350
 Carlsbad, CA 92011
760-438-0078
San Diego Staffing
 5030 Camino de la Siesta #405
 SD, 92108
619-209-3696
www.maximhealthcare.com

Not To Worry, Inc.
Service of professional caregivers for safe respite, in-home care, comprehensive health teaching, and timely assistance with pediatric and family health concerns.
7801 Mission Center Ct. #106
 SD, 92108
619-718-4871; 760-471-5131


www.nottoworryinc.com

Premier Healthcare Services
Specializes in private homecare with screened, trained and credentialed nurses and home healthcare aides. Provides clinical support 24 hours a day, including weekends and holidays.
2020 Camino del Rio N #600
 SD, 92108
619-574-6744
338 Via Vera Cruz #210 
San Marcos, CA 92078 
760-744-0200
www.premier-homehealth.com

Sam and Rose Stein Education Center Special Care Services
Child special care program and adult behavioral day program.
6145 Decena Dr. SD, 92120
619-281-5511
8910 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
 SD, 92123
858-514-5100


www.vistahill.org/contact-us

TERI Family Support Services
Home respite services for children and adults with disabilities funded through SDRC or parent tuition. Vacation and Saturday programs available. Social clubs based on individual age groups.
251 Airport Rd. 
Oceanside, CA 92058
760-721-1706
www.teriinc.org

Together We Grow Skilled Nursing Care
Center-based infant through adults, with skilled nursing care with weekend-overnight, afterschool, infant and preschool programs. Funding for qualifying families.
2120 Thibodo Rd.
 Vista, CA 92081
760-757-6031
5055 Viewridge Ave.
SD, 92123
858-751-0506
www.togetherwegrow.net

YMCA Childcare Resource Service
Childcare referrals, respite care for children and afterschool care for teens who have special needs. Provides health and behavioral health services, financial assistance for childcare for income-eligible families, parent and provider education, and resources for choosing childcare.
3333 Camino del Rio S. #400
 SD, 92108
619-521-3055


www.ymca.org/community-support/childcare-resource-service

Xcite Steps Nanny Program
Nannies for children with special needs.
3978 Sorrento Valley Rd. #100
 SD, 92121
858-428-0222


www.xcitesteps.com

 

SAFETY

 

5Star Urgent Response from Greatcall
Keychain-sized piece of equipment able to call for help and be tracked from a computer or mobile phone. Has one of the least expensive monthly payments that uses GPS technology.
800-733-6632

www.greatcall.com/5Star

Adiant Mobile
Offers a variety of watch-sized, shock-proof products with GPS locators. Works with a monthly monitoring service similar to a home security system, can be tied into a smartphone or computer and can locate a child within 10 feet.
www.adiantmobile.com

Amber Alert Smart Locator
GPS-based tracking with additional features such as “bread-crumbing”(tracking exact path of child), low battery alerts, off/on alerts, and alerts for when a child is within 500 feet of a registered sex offender’s home.
www.amberalertgps.com

AngelSense
Wearable GPS device designed for children with special needs. Analytic Server continuously monitors child’s location; alerts any unexpected changes. Web and mobile app provides access to schedule, map and picture views, find-child mode and listen-in capabilities.
888-999-2023

www.angelsense.com

Autism Safety: National Autism Association
Excellent resources about restraint and seclusion, bullying prevention, suicide prevention and wandering for families, school personnel and first responders.
www.autismsafety.org

Find’em Scent Safe
Dedicated to improving public safety by providing and advocating for tactical, rapid-response recovery of wandering or missing persons, through the use of personal scent technologies and public safety education.
951-310-8657
www.findemscentsafe.com

GET SAFE
Targeted curriculum for schools and organizations for people with disabilities including bullying and disabilities awareness. Using a combination of counseling, education, physical training and humor, trainers engage groups in an interactive forum to bring awareness to at-risk populations.
714-834-0050
www.getsafeusa.com

HereO GPS Tracking Watch
Water-resistant, real-time GPS location device created specifically for children ages 3 and up featuring safe zone alert, panic alert, tamper alert, and low battery notification.
347-699-5477

www.hereofamily.com

If I Need Help Personal Wearable QR ID Codes
ID Cards, dog tags, patches and clothing with personalized QR codes to help reunite lost children or adults with their families. Smartphones can read basic safety and contact information to help individuals who may not be able to communicate.
661-524-6732

www.ifineedhelp.org

MedicAlert
Provides members with MedicAlert neck chains or bracelets that alert emergency responders of basic medical conditions, allergies, or special needs when the member is unconscious or unable to speak.
800-432-5378
www.medicalert.org

Medical ID Marketplace
Fashionable, informative ID medical jewelry including TEXT ID jewelry, which allows the first responder to send an alert about the wearer to 10 different people with a single text.
877-651-5186
www.hopepaige.com

MediPal Inc., Emergency Seatbelt ID
Affordable seatbelt attachment that provides contact and comprehensive health information to first responders in the event of an emergency. Transfers easily to a purse, backpack strap, wheelchair, waist belt or arm.
www.medipal.com

Pacific Safety Center
Nationally certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians (CPST) teach parents and caregivers how to keep children safe by choosing the right car seat, installing and using it correctly.
9880 Via Pasar #F, SD, 92126
858-621-2313
www.carseat.psc411.com

Project Lifesaver
Project Lifesaver provides RF transmitted, waterproof bracelets and ankle bracelets, training, certification and support to law enforcement, public safety organizations and community groups throughout the country.
877-580-5433

www.projectlifesaver.org

Rady Children’s Hospital’s Transportation Safety Program
Offers car seat inspections. Educates parents on how to install car seats, teen passenger safety, and installation services for children with special healthcare needs.
www.driventosafety.org

Rebuilding Together San Diego: Safe at Home Program
Volunteers make small home repairs to ensure the safety of low- income homeowners with children and physically disabled homeowners.
2013 Franklin Ave., SD, 92113
619-231-7873


www.rebuildingtogethersd.org

Safety Guide for Disabled Pedestrians
Important tips for safe pedestrian travel for persons with physical disabilities.
www.onlineloancalculator.org/
resources/disabled-pedestrians
.php

Salvation Army Disaster Relief Services
Provides medical equipment, temporary housing and specialized meals during disaster. Works with San Diego County Autism Society and other groups to serve those with disabilities.
800-728-7825

www.usw.salvationarmy.org

Self Defense Clinic
Jing Shen Kuoshu-based self-defense clinic for people with physical disabilities including those in wheelchairs to help build confidence in assessing danger and provide basic strategies to avoid or defend against attack.
619-379-4265
www.atf.coach/disabilities

Take Me Home Registry
Sheriff’s Department program registers children and adults with cognitive delays or dementia in the event that they become lost>
www.sdsheriff.net/tmh

Temporary Tattoos With a Purpose
Lost and Found Temporary Tattoos help children remember important phone numbers when they are stressed due to separation or injury. They last 3-5 days and aren’t removable like devices or wristbands.
www.tattooswithapurpose.com

VestIDD
Record keeping app parents store a child’s vital info and share it with trusted providers and emergency contacts, eliminating a paper trail.
www.specialvest.com

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