If you need a break from caregiving, you are not alone. All caregivers need respite from the daily responsibilities of providing support and supervision to their loved one. Finding the time or resources to take regular breaks, however, is a different story. If you are supporting a family member who is a client of the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), but not receiving a paid service from DDA, we want to hear from you. In this special edition newsletter, learn about respite resources and how to take the DD Respite Survey.