respite care

what is respite care?

Respite care is short-term care designed for adults with special medical needs. Respite care ranges from a few hours to overnight and extended stays. You can utilize respite care services as frequently as you need without a commitment to a particular community.

the benefits of respite care

Caring for a loved one at home is rewarding, but it can also be challenging to balance their needs with yours. The stress of providing home care can affect your work productivity and take an emotional and physical toll on your entire family.

Respite care provides home caregivers an opportunity to work, run errands, clean, or even take a much-needed vacation.

There are several benefits to respite care:

  • Reduced caregiver strain, stress and associated mortality risks
  • Improved family dynamic and function
  • Improved physical and emotional health for caregivers and respite care recipients

Embassy Healthcare’s respite care services are designed specifically with our guests and their caregivers in mind. We offer several communities throughout Ohio and Florida that can provide the short-term care you need. We even offer special respite care services for those with Alzheimer’s and related illnesses.

Your loved one will receive individual attention and quality personal and medical care, so you don’t have to worry while you’re away. Our facilities have a licensed nursing staff that’s available 24 hours a day and fun activity programs to keep residents engaged and socializing.

how often can i use respite care?

You can admit under respite care as often as needed. We will work with you or your loved one to determine how we can assist you. We also offer programs that allow for half-day and full-day respite care as well as extended-stay respite care.

We’ll be happy to look after your loved one during the day while you’re at work, on the weekends when you need to run errands, or while you take an extended vacation.

Call us at 888-975-1379 to make respite care arrangements for your loved one today.