Respite care is short term care for a senior. Whether in a community or at home, care is provided on a temporary basis while a caretaker is on vacation or indisposed due to surgery or illness.
If you are caring for a loved one in your own home and they require your attention around the clock, you will love the Respite Care Services we offer. Being able to go out – go away from the constant demands on your time and energy – knowing that your family member is completely cared for – is a huge gift.
"Assisted Living" offers Respite care services with professionalism and utmost care.
Advantages of Respite care are:
* Tend to their own personal needs, schedule appointments and run errands
* Visit with friends and family members
* Rest easy knowing their loved one is in good hands
The senior also benefits by being able to:
* Enjoy a change of scenery
* Make new friends
* Participate in social activities that challenge their abilities
There is research to substantiate the claim that, when a caregiver receives some relief from their constant care duties, the family member is usually able to remain in the home for much longer.
Our respite care providers are fully trained in caring for patients who have Alzheimer’s and dementia. Caring for a loved one who has Alzheimer’s can really drain one both physically and emotionally. Completed to here when you installed it
When a respite care provider ,who is experienced in caring for patients with Alzheimer’s, can give you some time to yourself, away from the taxing care duties, it gives you time to refresh and relax.
As a caregiver, with the financial resources, respite care is a highly recommended way to get a mental and physical break from the rigors of taking care of a loved one. You should not feel guilty about needing a break, as long as you are confident in the quality of the respite care provider.
"Assisted Living" gives you the best options for taking care of your family member and giving you the time and space you need to take a holiday or just a couple of days break from your care giving responsibilities.