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We can even provide respite care and support to people who are
caring for someone else.

If you're a carer looking after a family member, you probably don't get much respite from your duties. Although helping a loved one is rewarding, it's also extremely demanding. A few days rest can recharge your energy levels and enthusiasm, and we can help with that.

Knowing that you are able to take a short break from time to time can be a great incentive to keep you going. Especially when you can be confident that the person you care for will be well looked after by a trained professional during your absence.

How often do you need a break?

You don't necessarily need to have a long break to feel the benefit. Some of our clients find that short respite breaks at regular intervals work well. An option could be one afternoon or evening a week for some 'me time'. Or perhaps you would enjoy a monthly visit to the theatre, or to a health spa for a pampering session?

We'll take care of everything for you

All you need to do is brief us on the details of the normal care regime you follow for your relative or friend. You can even have our Care Worker working alongside you for a day to introduce them to your loved one.  During your respite break we will then visit as scheduled, or stay in your home to provide live-in care as planned.

It's a much better solution than temporarily placing the person you care for in a care home, where they will be away from their familiar surroundings and possessions, and it may be more difficult for friends to visit them. Of course our involvement doesn't mean that we're taking over your role - it's just a back-up service that will enable you to enjoy a well-earned, worry-free break.

Are you looking for Care Support in the Home?

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