Respite Care with 24/7 Support
We’re here for your loved one – 24/7.
Respite Care with 24/7 Support – 365 Days Per Year
Sometimes family caregivers need a break! Hiring professionally trained and certified caregivers canprovide the respite care you need so you can catch up on personal or professional obligations that have been neglected while you’ve been caring for your loved one.
Whether you need coverage for just a few hours, a weekend, or more, our Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) and Home Health Aides (HHAs) can give you peace of mind so you can get the much-needed rest you need.
Some clients only need a few hours of in-home care per day, while others need round the clock care at home. In fact, some clients are not safe to be alone at night because they need assistance ambulating safely to the bathroom or need reminders to take important evening medications – that’s where our overnight-awake shifts can be enormously helpful.
During our comprehensive Intake Call and Care Assessment we gather important information that helps us determine the right kind of amount of care needed to keep clients safe – while giving peace of mind to family members.
Below are some of our in-home care options:
- 24-Hour Care: Our caregivers provide services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Typically, 24/7 Hourly Care includes 2 shifts of 12 hours each, and caregivers are awake for both the day and overnight shifts.
- Extended Care (commonly referred to as Live-In Care): Extended care is a great option for clients who cannot be left alone, but who sleep through the night. We typically staff these cases with 2 caregivers – one for the weekdays and one for the weekends. The caregivers are accustomed to working a 16 hour shift and sleeping on site for 8 hours.
- Hourly Care: Sometimes family caregivers just need respite care for a few hours during the day. We can provide assistance from just a few hours up to 12 or more hours per day.
Whether you or your loved one needs a few hours per day, 24/7 hourly care or Extended (Live-In) Care, our trained caregivers can help with the following tasks:
- Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) including personal care – bathing, dressing, toileting, grooming, transferring (getting in and out of bed or chair), eating, and continence of bladder and/or bowel.
- Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) including – daily household tasks – light housekeeping, laundry (including changing bed linens), medication reminders, meal preparation, shopping and transportation