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Respite Care

Stepping In, So You Can Step Out

We offer Respite Care Services to support in times of need.

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WHAT IS RESPITE CARE?

Respite care is the planned or emergency temporary care provided to caregivers of a child or adult.

It doesn’t matter how committed you are to your loved one’s needs; You have to make time for yourself. Doing so is important. This is where our service comes in, and we’re happy to help. We can cover a holiday, a short break or come in urgently because of sickness. We’re here when you need us to offer one-to-one care from trained, qualified professionals, whatever the reason.

Families find joy and comfort in providing care to loved ones so that they can stay at home, the physical, emotional and financial consequences for the family caregiver are often overwhelming without some support, in this case, respite.

Respite Live-in care provides a break for the family caregiver, which may prove beneficial to the health of the caregiver.

Respite Care Tasks Include:

  • We assist the family to enable a person with developmental disabilities to stay at home
  • We are providing appropriate care and supervision for the client in absence of a family member

  • We provide relief for the family from the demanding responsibility of providing care
  • We attend to basic self-help needs and activities that would normally be carried out by a family member

Respite Homecare

Respite care can be provided at home — by a friend, another family member, volunteer or paid service — or in a care setting, such as adult day care or residential facility.  What we offer are experienced and qualified carers flexible to your needs and situation

  • Individual companion services with supervised activities for the individual
  • Personal care services to provide assistance with bathing, dressing, toileting and exercising

  • Maid type care services, such as help with laundry, shopping and preparing meals

If you’re interested in financial support options for care, contact us to discuss.

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