Respite Care Services
In-home Care assistance when you need it!
Caring for an aging loved one can be rewarding and challenging. Home Helpers® Home Care is here to make it easier. We are an in-home care company that offers Respite Care services that will help you restore balance to your life.
Respite care for caregivers of family members is a planned break from your caregiving routines that still allows your loved one to be cared for at home, where they truly belong.
What Is Respite Care?
You may be new to caregiver duties and services and wondering exactly what is respire care services. Our in home Respite Care will provide you with the break you need to recharge and focus on yourself for a little while. This care can be scheduled so that you get relieved at a time that works best for you. We’ll provide you with the peace of mind of knowing that your loved one is in great hands. Some respite care examples include:
- We can help fill in with care when you need or want to leave the home. This could be coverage for one afternoon a week or more frequently if necessary.
- Traveling for a vacation, for work, for the holidays? We can be there.
- As your loved one’s care needs change, our team can be blended into your Care Plan to help with overnights, or we can transition to a live-in situation if desirable.
Is Respite Care for the Elderly Only?
No, respite care is meant to provide the relief and assistance to many kinds of caregivers providing support and care to their loved one. Respite care can include those caring for loved ones recovering from surgery, end-of-life care, care for people who have disabilities, and more.
Who Pays for Respite Care?
Payment for respite care, similar to any sort of in-home caregiving services, will depend from family to family. For some it is out-of-pocket or privately funded. For others insurance policies, such as Medicare, can provide partial payment. You will need to speak with your insurance company and your local providers to find out what payment assistance is possible for your family.
- There are benefits for both the client and the family caregiver:
- For the client, benefits include increased socialization, assistance with personal care tasks that are less pleasant for a family to deal with, and allowing clients to maintain dignity.
- For family caregivers, benefits include time to tend to their own needs, rest, and peace of mind knowing their loved one is with a trained Caregiver