Live In Respite Care
If you take on the primary responsibility of caring, whether it is for an elderly relative, a younger person or somebody that has developed a long-term condition, you can find yourself overwhelmed at times, and that is when you need to step back and trust our live in respite care to take your place.
A respite care break is essential, and with our short-term home care plans, everyone can be secure in their homes.
What is a Live In Respite care break?
Respite care can be planned, or an emergency care break provided to an adult who needs support to remain at home by providing temporary relief to families who are caring for a child or an adult. This provides temporary relief to those who are caring for family members.
Every case is entirely different, and you can be confident that we tailor our care to your exact needs, offering a professional service that always puts attention first.
Take that break that you need for as long as you need, and let us take care of the people you love.
Respite care and so much more
Replacement or Respite care is short-term care used as a temporary alternative to a person’s usual care arrangements. People who care for someone with dementia often carry on without realising how tired or tense they have become.
A break or holiday can help them relax and recharge their batteries; It may be needed so you can look after your health and well-being, and take a break from caring.
For example, it may be that regular replacement overnight care is needed so you can catch up on your sleep.
Respite for family members
We can introduce a live-in carer to fill in for a family member or carer who needs a holiday or break from work; It is often the preferred option for clients who might otherwise need to spend the period in a residential home.
Live-in care is the natural choice when respite care is needed so that a family carer can take a break with minimal disturbance or fuss.
Individualised Respite Care Available
According to the United Nations World Population Prospects data the number of elderly 60 plus years of age will double by 2050. A trend has developed to age-in-place as long as possible. Respite care can serve this population well. All carers need time for a recharge. Respite care defines as a planned or emergency care break for special needs adults. For those in the UK, the service resides in these towns as;
Features of our respite Service
In each case, the client receives individualised treatment. The short-term care offers an alternative so that permanent carer or family member can tend to other matters, or just take a break.
This temporary relief and assurance let family members become confident that their loved one is well cared for. The services can also include overnight care and holiday care. An introduction to the live-in care person begins the process. A conversation follows to see if the carer and the person being cared for plus the other family members form a good relationship. This develops the working relationship where information about family and loved ones can become easily shared.
Over 60 per cent of our present clients came from referrals – we know that respite care Exeter, respite care Plymouth, respite care Bournemouth and respite care Southampton as well as many other counties in between list reviews on our website.
The Respite care we provide is Cost-effective, enables independence, and is organised on the person’s terms with the one-on-one care support they need to remain independent.
Call today and see how respite care at home can help you.
Specialised respite care breaks to allow you to take that well deserved break.