Respite Care for your loved one

What is Respite Care?


Respite Care

Respite Care:

Short-term relief for caregivers in the home or at a center (a few hours up to a few weeks).

The caregiving services can occur in the home, at an Adult Day Care provider or at an assisted living community, typically for less than a month. 


When should you consider respite services?

  1. You have a health crisis of your own and need time to recover before you resume your caregiving.
  2. Your a needed and deserve a vacation.
  3. You are considering a senior community, and you want to test it out.
Source: DailyCaring


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