About Project Outreach
Project Outreach: a free respite program for families in Cleveland County.
Project Outreach is a monthly respite care program that provides structured recreational activities such as group games, arts and crafts, outdoor play, movies, and snacks. We began as an outgrowth of the Norman Day School for Handicapped Children and currently serve children in throughout Cleveland County. The program is provided free of charge, but donations are greatly appreciated.
Not sure exactly what respite care is? Respite care is the temporary short-term relief for families and caregivers who need a break from the responsibilities of caring for a family member or loved one with a disability or special health care need. Project Outreach provides respite care for children with special needs (birth to age 21) and their siblings (birth to age 12).
Project Outreach is made possible through the leadership of an Executive Director and a Board of Directors that is available for consultation. We have a small staff of caregivers and nurses and are primarily supported by our wonderful volunteers!
Sessions are held twice per month unless otherwise noted. Please email to verify the dates or to make a reservation.