Respite care is a short term care package generally used to provide a break for individuals who are caring for loved ones.
Respite care is offered by all types of social care providers; both care homes and home care services can offer this type of support, subject to availability. You will find useful articles about respite & convalescent care below.
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We have collaborated with Lifted to answer some of your frequently asked questions surrounding home care & live-in care respite during the pandemic.
Do you need a short break from caring to recharge your batteries? Read this article to find out how respite care has changed as a result of the pandemic.
If you're a full-time Carer then you may wish to consider 1-2 weeks respite care to provide relief from your care duties.
Convalescent Care is a term used to describe the short-term support provided by skilled professionals to individuals who are recovering from an illness, operation or injury.
Being a full-time Carer is far more than just a job; if you're a full-time Carer there is no shame in recognising that you need a break.
Are you currently contemplating whether to organise respite care at home or in a care home setting? We have outlined the pros & cons of both for you!
Day centres can immensely improve the quality of life of those who are getting on in years, have learning difficulties or physical difficulties. The social environment and participation in activities can release endorphins (happy feelings!) and prevent feelings of isolation.
Below are some of the most popular locations for nursing, residential, home and live-in care support, click to find out more about the support offered in these areas.