Respite Care

Providing constant care for a loved one can become all-encompassing, so our respite care can help alleviate some of that stress and pressure. After all, even the most supportive carers will benefit from unwinding.

The ability to arrange for care at short notice is essential for the families of those who require immediate care, such as an elderly relative, a person living with disabilities or someone recovering from serious physical care.

Respite care also supports families by providing much needed rest and relief to informal carers. Our carers will ensure our customers regular routine is maintained with as little disruption as possible. Honouring this, Care Outlook offer support services for you and your loved ones in the comfort of your home, and short-term stays by one of our trusted professionals can even be arranged.

Our respite service is also available for gaining access to a temporary carer if your loved one’s regular carer is unavailable.

How In-Home Respite Care Works:

Even when emergency respite care is required, our specialists are qualified to assist people in a gentle and encouraging approach. After performing an at-home assessment, we take steps to help our customers with their various needs.

Emotional support and comfort is also offered besides nurse-led support. Facing rehabilitation from an injury or living with a disability doesn’t mean you have to bear it alone. In helping them look past every obstacle our customers may encounter, we work hard to keep everyone feeling connected to their families and their communities.

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