11/6/2018 10:00:40 AM

A respite centre opened it's doors in Clinton this past weekend.
That's good news for the people of Huron County who live with a person with disabilities, says South Huron Warden and mayor of Central Huron Jim Ginn.

A respite centre allows families to have a night or two away from taking care of their disabled family member on an hourly over night basis.
The centre is funded by a provincial grant called the Trillium grant, and is now in it's final year of the two-year grant agreement.
The centre hopes to have a connection of 100 families volunteering and using the services by the end of next year.

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