Beware and Know the Signs of Caregiver Burnout
Caring for a loved one is a privilege and can be enjoyable and rewarding. However, over time, especially for the primary caregiver who is responsible for their loved one(s) from eight to 24 hours per day, it can take its toll on your health, relationships, and state of mind too. Caregiver burden can lead to anxiety, depression and finally caregiver burnout, especially if there is little hope of your loved one recovering and no end in sight. When you face caregiver burnout it can be disastrous for everyone—if you are tired and unable to care for your loved one, who will?
We’re Here to Help Manage Caregiver Burden
It’s important for caregivers to take care of themselves. This includes getting enough sleep, getting outdoors to walk regularly, and connecting with others. Getting a break from your caregiver responsibilities can be life-saving; that can mean for a few hours a day or it can mean getting away completely for several days or even weeks to refresh and regenerate.
Flexible Caregiver Respite When You Need It
Often the call for help comes only when the situation become grave and the need desperate. We’re experienced at listening and lending a helping hand to help you regain your equilibrium and experience happiness again. This might mean us taking over a few hours a day, relieving you to take care of business, relax, visit friends, or anything else that takes your fancy. Or it may mean moving in and providing live-in service for a few days, weeks, or months.
Leave Your Loved One in Capable Hands
While you’re away rejuvenating, we’ll have no trouble stepping into your shoes and caring for your loved one, no matter what comes up. We provide home support, companion care, personalized care at home, and specialized care at home. Our caregivers and medical professionals are trained experts who really do understand your challenges and believe you deserve a break.
Be the Best Caregiver to Your Loved One
Research proves that when caregivers take care of themselves, the quality of care they can provide to their loved ones improves significantly. You don’t need to do it alone—respite care relieves you from shouldering the entire burden. After a break, you’ll feel refreshed and ready to reconnect with your loved one.