Do you need relief from caring for our loved one(s)? Are you looking for someone to step in for you because you have commitments that may take you away from caring for your loved one? Our diverse network of respite carers are always on standby to make sure you and your loved ones are both taken care of when you need it the most.
When you are a carer and you are feeling overwhelmed, respite care may be just what you need. When you take a break from caring for your loved ones, you can re-energize your emotional, physical, and mental reserves, which may have been gradually exhausted as a result of not prioritising your own needs. Having you at an emotional equilibrium is important as it ensures effective delivery for care and support. Our vast array of trained carers are always on standby to give you rest and ensure that there is no noticeable difference in care receipt from your loved ones.
What are the benefits of Respite Care?
01. Management of medicine
Our carers prioritise your health and therefore make it a task to ensure that you take your medicine when you should and also monitor any changes to your wellbeing.
02. Maintenance of health
Our respite carers will assist you with maintenance of a healthy diet and this includes buying our groceries and making your favorite meals on your behalf.
03. Personal care & hygiene
Our respite carers are there to assist you with dressing, bathing, keeping yourself orderly and will deliver always with utmost respect, protection of dignity and professionalism.
Our carers offer companionship and will partake in activities of personal interest such as reading novels, fellowship with you, and in general converse with your loved ones.
Respite care is critical for carers’ general well-being, because, without it, they are vulnerable to feelings of excessive stress, such as anger or resentment towards the person in their care or other relatives and friends in their lives. Carers frequently feel more relaxed, energised, and rested after receiving respite care. Because they are less stressed, caregivers can approach their caring chores with more patience and a more positive attitude, which improves their relationships.