Welcome to the Time Out Program!
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Learn about Time Out
How It Works.
The Intergenerational Center at Temple University and Penn Memory Center are looking for a group of Temple and Penn students to serve as student respite workers for the Time Out program this Fall and Spring. Students will provide relief to caregivers of older adults, especially those with dementia-related conditions

Job Description:
Student respite workers provide in-home companionship which includes conversation, reading, TV, or simple activities, but may also include helping to access snacks, light house-work, and accompany in short walks. It does not include personal care - such as bathing, dressing, feeding, or toileting —nor administering medication or therapies. You will receive training from Penn Medicine’s Penn Memory Center experts before beginning respite care. We do not provide transportation. Both work-study students and non-work study students can apply. As a measure of compensation for you service, we pay $8.50 per hour, up to 10 hours per week.

Roynell Sanders, BSW
Time Out Program Coordinator

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