We understand that caring for a family member or friend can be a full-time role. As a carer of someone in their senior years or someone with an intellectual or physical disability, you may need regular breaks to renew your energy. We can provide respite services and advice to help you support your loved one.
Our respite service enables you to take time out from your caring role to look after your own health and wellbeing. You can rest assured that the person you care for has the benefit of a short break with friendly, highly trained staff.
Through quality education and advice, we can help carers and families become better equipped to ensure that the person you are caring for can live as independent, safe and supported in their life as possible.
Our respite care and support services include:
- mental health education and support for family and carers of those with mental health issues
- support for those living with dementia or caring for someone who does
- disability health education and support for family and carers of those with a disability
- planned and emergency respite opportunities for carers
- overnight respite to give you the opportunity to take a break and recharge.
Respite for family care givers is an important tool to allow you to get your energy back, have some time off from the stress of care giving, and to put balance back into your life.
Even a few hours can be the difference from being able to go on, and having to forgo the care entirely.
Our Respite Care Services include the following, as well as other services:
- Assistance with daily activities
- Assistance with personal care and hygiene
- Performing Housekeeping and Meal Preparation
- Providing companionship
- Incontinence care
- Assistance with ambulation
- Providing transfer assistance
- Ensuring medication compliance
HomeHealth24x7® can provide family caregivers the respite needed from the daily responsibilities and an experienced and trained carer can step into that role.
You can reach out to your local HomeHealth24x7® coordinator with any questions you have about how respite care may help your loved one. We will compare your needs to the qualifications, experience, and personality of our carers, to find the ideal person to assist.