Developed by Alabama Lifespan Respite and UCP of Huntsville and the Tennessee Valley
HEARTS (Health, Emergency, And Respite Treatment Service) provides home-based respite to caregivers of children birth to 19 years with intellectual, developmental, or physical disabilities, mental or behavioral health conditions, and chronic illness or special medical needs through a voucher service model. Beginning as a single respite service 28 years ago, HEARTS has been replicated statewide in Alabama by five United Cerebral Palsy affiliates, totaling six programs that serve families in all 67 counties in Alabama. This survey is given to family caregivers after they have used the respite service.
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