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Respite Care

TAKE A BREAK. We all need one.

If you are a caregiver for someone with a health condition, disability or care needs associated with aging, you can take a break, with our help.

 

As a caregiver, you need a break from time to time. We can help you by providing relief caregiving while you’re away. This is called respite care.

Respite care at home

The person you care for can get services at home in your absence.

A personal care worker or health care professional (e.g. nurse, physiotherapist, occupational therapist) will provide the following services:

  • personal support (e.g. oral care, bathing, dressing, assistance with medications, mobility)

  • homemaking (e.g. cleaning, laundry, preparing meals)

  • professional (e.g. nursing, physiotherapy)

The number of hours you can receive for respite care at home varies by service and your unique situation.

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outside healthy living

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Lonleyness

older parents, living at home alone

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Afternoon tea

Group activity and communication

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