In an article in the Tulsa World by Ginnie Graham, SeekingSitters has been put at the forefront of explaining the holes in current respite care programs. Respite care is most commonly temporary relief given to parents through babysitters. One of the largest problems with current respite care programs is that parents are unable to afford quality babysitters. These families require safe and reliable relief, something that is not commonly found through most respite care programs. SeekingSitters CEO, Adrienne Kallweit, found that the number one problem with the Department of Human Services (DHS) is finding reliable respite care for foster, adoptive, and reuniting families. What can be done to help those families that need safe and reliable care the most?