Time to recharge
Caring for a loved one can be mentally and physically draining.Our customers who decide to take some time off tell us that they return to their caring role fresher and with renewed enthusiasm. The time away can often strengthen their relationship with the person they care for. You don’t necessarily need to have a long break to feel a benefit. Some of our clients find that short breaks at regular intervals work well.
Knowing that you able to escape for a break from time-to-time can be a great incentive to keep you going, especially when you are confident that you’re the person you care for will be well looked after by a trained professional during your absence.
We’ll take care of everything for you
We can take on the responsibility of care from you for as long as you need, ensuring that the transition for you and your loved one is as seamless as possible. All you need to do is brief us on the details of the normal care regime you follow for your relative or friend. You can even have our carer working alongside you for a day to introduce them to your loved one, and show them where the things they will need are kept.
It’s a much better solution than temporarily placing the person you care for in a care home, where they will be away from their familiar surroundings and possessions, and it may be more difficult for friends to visit them.
Get in Touch
We’re here to help, so contact us now if you’d like to start arranging care for you or a loved one.
You can talk to one of our friendly team Member on 01953 797130 or get in touch using our contact form
You may be entitled to receive funding to get a break, you can ask your local authority social services team for a carer’s assessment.