Respite Care in Pensacola, FL and Surrounding Areas
Respite care gives you a break from providing care so you can rest, recharge, or focus on other important matters.
Caregiving can be a rewarding and bonding experience within a family, yet in even the best situations, the responsibility and ongoing routine can be stressful and tiring—especially when balanced with a job or caring for children; this is where respite care comes in.
When family caregivers are emotionally drained, they are likely less effective at playing this critical role. Comfort Keepers® can provide respite care or temporary relief to those who care for family members in Pensacola, FL who might otherwise require permanent placement in a facility outside the home.
With respite care, you will be able to:
- Get out of the house
- Go to the doctors
- Work out
- Spend time with your friends
- Run errands
- Even go on vacation!
Once you come back to care for you loved you will feel refreshed and be able to provide with the best care. You need to care of your health just as much as you take care of your loved one's. More often than not, family caregivers get worn out and do not perform the best to their ability after awhile. Even the small tasks that come with being a caregiver can add up. You and your senior deserve the best care possible
Your mental and physical health should not be overlooked. You can schedule for one of our providers to come as little or as much as possible. Additionally, around-the-clock care can be arranged if your circumstances change. Contact Comfort Keepers today at (850) 359-5916 and we will pair your senior with the perfect at home caregiver based on your loved ones needs and personality. Give yourself the much needed break you deserve and your senior the best care possible.
What is Respite Care?
Known in some countries as “short break” care, respite services provide planned short-term breaks for families and other unpaid caregivers who need time outside the home or to simply take a rest. Respite care helps support and maintain the primary caregiving relationship.Contact Us