If you are a full-time caregiver, you know how overwhelming this role can be. Although you are more than likely caring for someone you love, it’s important that you have a break.
Each and every case is unique, but many caregivers struggle to find time for themselves.
The physical and emotional strain can be stressful, making your personal health a concern.
Before you burn out, you should consider respite care services. When you take a break from caregiving, you can provide a positive experience for both you and your loved one. You can have some time to yourself while your loved one has a new experience.
Take a Break
Caregiving is a very tough role. Do not feel guilty for taking a break every once in a while. In fact, look at respite services as a positive opportunity for both you and your loved one. You can focus on time with your family and maintain your health; while your loved one gets to have a new experience.
Occasionally, you might need a good night’s rest that can only come from having a reliable overnight caregiver in place to provide the necessary ‘peace of mind’.
For your convenience:
- Service can begin with as little as 4 hours notice.
- Cancellations require no more than 4 hours notice.
- A ‘live’ voice will always greet you when you call.
- A staff member is always ‘on call’ outside of office hours.