Taking a Break
It’s a job of love and loyalty but can quickly reach a state of burnout if the caregiver is setting aside their own well-being to care for their loved one.
Caring for someone who is elderly or disabled comes with significant demands and often a break from that responsibility is needed.
It’s important for caregivers to take a break now and then. A quality support system is the key to maintaining the high level of care you provide your loved one day in and day out.
At Home Care
Your loved one can stay in a familiar environment, maintain comfortable surroundings and routine.
Some common respite care services we provide include:
Arista Home Care Solutions also provides Alzheimer’s care and has the experience to give you peace of mind while you take some needed time for yourself.
Regardless of your loved ones’ needs, we have the experience to make them feel comfortable and safe.
- Providing appropriate care and supervision of an elderly loved one or an adult with disabilities in the absence of a family member or other caregiver
- Relieving caregivers of the constantly demanding responsibility of providing care
- Attending to basic self-help needs and other activities that would oftentimes be performed by a family member
Types of Respite Care
Weekly or monthly scheduled respite care gives you a predictable break to plan your own appointments and meetings, visit with friends or just relax alone. Whether you need us for a few hours every day, or one day a week, Arista is happy to work with you to be sure your loved one is cared for in your routine absence.
Additionally, veterans and their spouses may qualify for VA funding. Our basic rate is $20/hr. however this rate can be slightly lower or slightly higher depending on the complete care plan that’s developed based on the specific needs of each client.
This rate is highly competitive within our local market.
Our caregivers are bonded and insured to make sure we provide the highest possible level of care for your loved one.
Call us to schedule a free in-home assessment.
You are not alone. We are here to help.