respite care services
(3) Respite care services The term “respite care services” means short term care services, including the services of crisis nurseries, provided in the temporary absence of the regular caregiver (parent, other relative, foster parent, adoptive parent, or guardian) to children who— (A) are in danger of child abuse or neglect; (B) have experienced child abuse or neglect; or (C) have disabilities or chronic or terminal illnesses. Such services shall be provided within or outside the home of the child, be short-term care (ranging from a few hours to a few weeks of time, per year), and be intended to enable the family to stay together and to keep the child living in the home and community of the child.
42 USC § 5116h(3)
None identified. Default scope is assumed to be the entire title.