Caring for a sick or elderly loved one can take a toll on your health and wellbeing if you don’t take the time to care for yourself. That’s why so many caregivers experience burnout in their first year. If you’ve been experiencing any emotional or physical strain associated with your caregiver role, it’s time to learn more about respite care, a personalized health care service that can help. What Is Respite Care? Respite care is a service offered to caregivers to provide temporary relief from their duties. It allows caregivers to take a break, step back, and tend to their…> Read More
What Is Respite Care? Respite care is a personalized healthcare service that offers the caregivers of elderly and disabled individuals the opportunity to take a break – even for just a couple of hours – while a professional respite worker sees to the needs of your loved one. Respite workers provide daily hygiene and grooming care, physical activity, assistance with feeding, and many more everyday tasks. They are also dedicated medical professionals who can assist with changes to your loved one’s condition, and the interactive process brings a social aspect to the care of your loved one. Not only can respite workers help you provide better care for your friend or family member, but the process helps you take better care of yourself. This allows you, as a caregiver, to take some time to tend to your own needs with the knowledge that your loved one is safe and…> Read More
Free care service for the first 8 hours on a monthly commitment.