"The program really supports the notion of aging in place, older adults who don't want to be institutionalized, don't want nursing homes or assisted living. They want to remain in their homes. They do have options as older adults, they don't have to grow older and go into a nursing home," Director of Elder Services Katie Cashman said. "We're here as much for the caregiver as the clients. It's respite care for the caregivers, so they're able to go to work, get a break, run errands. They have to have a break, have time for yourself. If not, you're not a huge help to that person."