Taking Time for Yourself
Respite Care Services
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Looking after a sick loved one is a full-time role for family caregivers. And it's okay to ask for help or take a welcome break now and again. In fact, it may be essential to your own health.
When a loved one needs a little extra help at home, the first instinct is often to offer that help ourselves. However, when you are caring for others, it is important to make sure that you are not neglecting your own health. While taking care of a loved one can be rewarding, it can also be stressful and a very time-consuming responsibility. You need regular rest to keep you focused, and time to take care of your responsibilities outside of your family as well. That's where a SAFE HOMECARE caregiver can be of assistance.
SAFE HOMECARE's Respite Care Services enable your senior loved one to comfortably remain in their own home, while providing you with a much-needed interval of rest or relief. As the primary caregiver for your loved one, it is important to recognize that it is okay to take a break from your caregiving responsibilities.
These short-term breaks can help to relieve stress, restore energy, and promote balance in your life. It also enables you to share the responsibility for caregiving while getting the needed support for yourself and loved ones.
Our Respite Care Services Include:
Assistance with ADL's (Activities of Daily Living)
Assistance with IADS's (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living)
Performing personal care tasks (bathing, dressing, grooming, etc.)
Running Errands (grocery store, worship services, doctors appointments, etc.)
SAFE HOMECARE was founded on the idea that it is always in the best interest of the family and loved one to keep them in the comfort of their own home. A drastic change in lifestyle from their own home to a nursing home has been proven to be a difficult transition.
That's why we formed SAFE HOMECARE. Knowing that their loved one is able to live at home while having the comfort of a caregiver to keep them company.