It is important as a family caregiver to take breaks when necessary. Referred caregivers may provide in-home care services to allow the family caregiver the respite time they need. Take a look at the many benefits respite care services can provide.
Caregivers can provide personalized, hands-on assistance with a large variety of daily activities. This allows your loved one to feel independent and still live in their own home. A caregiver can help with errands, pet care, bathing & hygiene, reading assistance, laundry and many more personal care services.
Sometimes your loved ones can feel lonely and just need some company from a friend. Caregivers can be that friend for your loved one. Caregivers can provide companionship by watching movies, playing cards, having friendly conversations and much more.
Post Operative Care
Did your loved one just have surgery or a medical procedure done? Let a referred caregiver assist in providing care during those weeks after the surgery or procedure. They can offer non-medical, personalized care and support so your loved one can rest and have a full recovery. They can work with family members, doctors and hospitals to make sure all your needs will be met.