Could My Family Benefit?
If you balance the responsibilities of caring for aging family members, raising your children, managing a household and working, you aren't alone. Even though this juggling act is common, it can still be a struggle for families when a loved one can no longer live independently.
According to the most recent federal data, published in 2020 by the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, more than 41.8 million American adults care for a family member age 50 or older. Many of these individuals, collectively known as the sandwich generation, also care for their own young children.
Respite care provides these individuals a break from the physical and emotional labor of caring for a family member. Your loved one will be in a safe environment, either at home or at his or her residential care facility, with visits from our professional caregivers. Whether you opt for a one-time appointment or a regular care arrangement, our services give you time to care for yourself by relaxing, exercising or simply enjoying an afternoon with friends. Your loved one can connect with his or her caregiver, which may alleviate some of the loneliness associated with conditions like Alzheimer's and dementia.