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RESPITE CARE

In your absence, our Respite Care ensures that your loved one’s care and support requirements are addressed. This is less disruptive than placing your loved one in temporary residential care since routines may continue and your loved one can stay in familiar surroundings with their local support system.

Respite carers realise that bringing someone else into your home may be a difficult choice, and they appreciate the need to organise this temporary care around your requirements with the least interruption.

Respite Care may range from a few days to many weeks, depending on your specific requirements. Of course, respite care isn’t only for when you need a break; it may also be offered in an emergency if you get sick or need to travel to the hospital on short notice. Respite Care is also useful if you and your loved one wish to experiment with home care for a short period of time to see whether it works for you.

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Like our other care services, respite care may provide support for a variety of ailments such as Alzheimer’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Strokes, Cancer, and others. We can assist you in locating temporary live-in or part-time respite care. This has the added advantage of being less expensive than residential care and allowing your loved one to remain in their own home.

How we provide respite care

1. Respite care visits

This is comparable to domiciliary care. A care provider will come to your loved one many times a day to support them with various duties like cleaning, food preparation, and medication reminders.

2. Live-in respite care

This is when a caretaker moves in for the length of the requirement and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to help your loved one with their care needs. It implies less disturbance to your loved one’s care routines and is better suited to more complicated requirements.

3. Holiday respite care

Carers may help your loved one throughout the holidays. We can help you plan your trip and activities.