When you are caring for others, it is a rewarding responsibility, but it is also important to make sure that you as the primary caregiver are staying healthy, focused and aren’t burning yourself out.
Taking care of a loved one can also be stressful and a time-consuming responsibility and can take a tremendous toll on your physical and emotional state when your loved one is suffering from Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. A family caregiver also needs time to take care of life aspects outside of the family home.
Respite Care service covers you as the primary caregiver to allow intervals of rest, relief and needed personal time. It also gives you a needed break from your caregiving responsibilities.
Our Care Professionals can stay with your loved one while you have time to keep your life running and can help with companion care and/or personal care aspects, freeing up your time to do other much-needed things such as…
Seeing your physician and dentist
Going to support groups or the gym
Seeing other family members and participating in family events
Allowing you time to rest, rejuvenate and relieve stress
Bring a better life balance
Acquire support for yourself and your loved one so you don’t feel alone throughout the caregiving process
Some of the Respite Care Services our Care Professionals can provide:
Assistance with personal care and personal hygiene
Assistance with dressing
Meal planning and preparation
Light housekeeping such as laundry, bed making, and doing dishes
Care can be accommodated from as little as four hours a day.
Call us anytime for more information or to setup an in-home consultation: