When you are the primary caregiver for a loved one at home, it can be a very rewarding experience, but it can also very tiring and stressful. This is especially true if you are working full time or raising your own family or both!
Every caregiver must find the balance between the needs of the individual and their own. If the balance can’t be found, or maintained, it’s all too easy for a caregiver to “burn out,” leading to lack of sleep, imbalance in lifestyle, or overall decline in healthiness.
Respite care from HomeChoice Home Care Solutions offers a flexible solution that is both effective and affordable.
HomeChoice Home Care Solutions respite home care services provide temporary support whenever and however you need it. As a result, you’ll have time to recuperate and exercise, run errands, or even just go have fun. Not only will you feel better from using respite care, but your overall relationship with your elderly or disabled loved one can improve as well.
We’re here to help you care for your loved one, while you take care of yourself.
With HomeChoice Home Care, you can request temporary help for as much, or as little, time as you need. What’s more, we’ll share our years of experience working with families just like yours to help you avoid the common pitfalls that accompany caregiving.
- Driving and/or accompanying the client to the physician when necessary
- Reminding clients to take their medication
- Supervising ambulation and helping to prevent falls
- Preparing and serving meals according to client’s dietary needs
- Making and changing the bed
- Providing respite for family caregivers
- Providing socialization, friendship and support for the client
- Shopping and performing other household errands
- Providing hygiene assistance
- Taking care of all personal laundry and bed linens for the client
- Cleaning the bathroom and kitchen after use, including washing dishes after meals and mopping the floor
- Cleaning the client’s room, which includes dusting and vacuuming
- Helping with correspondence to family and friends
- Going on walks and encouraging and participating in stimulating activities
- Assistance with dressing and bathing
- Personal hygiene assistance
- Assistance with range of motion exercises
Quarterly RN supervisory visits