Respite Night

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Noblesville First United Methodist Church s holding a NEW, EXCITING, and FREE event for caregivers and parents of children with mild to moderate disabilities and limited behavior and medical concerns (ages 5-18)! We are in the beginning stages of developing a respite program and want to ensure success and safety for all individuals involved as we continue to develop this program. We are hoping to learn and grow from this opportunity so that we can better serve ALL individuals in the future, including our friends with more severe disabilities. 

On 4/3/2021 from 6-9pm, we will be hosting respite nights, where caregivers and parents can drop off their child at the church with educated and trained volunteers before enjoying a relaxing night to themselves. Siblings are welcome! If you are a caregiver or parent, now is your time to enjoy quality time and peace and quiet. Relax ... unwind ... take a break! You deserve it! 

The overall goal of respite nights is to improve parents' and caregivers' overall health and psychological well-being, while simultaneously providing their children with disabilities opportunities to improve their social skills through interaction with similar peers. We recognize the stresses many caregivers and parents face when caring for a child with a disability and want to provide some relief, especially during these unprecedented times. COVID-19 precautions and guidelines will be followed at all times. 

We are seeking volunteers and participants for this event. If you are interested in volunteering, would like to register a child for this event, or would like additional information, please visit our church website here, You may also contact Family Ministry Intern, Hanna Rose, at or 765-748-7215. 

Location Details
Noblesville First United Methodist Church
2051 Monument Street
Noblesville, IN  46060