Temporary relief for those caring for elderly

August 2007
New York Amsterdam News;8/16/2007, Vol. 98 Issue 34, p35
The article presents information on a new service for the care of the elderly, to be launched by the New York Foundation for Senior Citizens (NYFSC). NYFSC's Respite Care Program's new service "Emergency/Extended Hours of Care," provides short-term, in-home care at no charge by trained and certified personal care aides. Priority for the service is given to caregivers who are providing assistance to the elderly with annual incomes of $40,000 or less.


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