Respite care will help caregivers avoid “burnout” and help make caring for a loved one more manageable. Family caregivers are at a high risk of both physical and mental exhaustion when performing caregiving duties. In most cases, respite care is provided on a short-term or temporary basis.

Allow our caregivers to provide a necessary and temporary break to recharge and re-focus yourself.  Some common tasks our respite caregivers may perform include laundry, light housekeeping, meal preparation and assistance with activities of daily living such as dressing, grooming, bathing or accompaniment to the grocery store or doctor visit.