Respite Care

What Is Respite Care?

Care24 provides planned short-term and time-limited breaks for families
and other unpaid care givers of children with a developmental delay,
children with behavioural problems, adults with an intellectual disability,
adults with cognitive loss, and terminally ill in order to support and maintain
the primary care giving relationship.we also provides a positive experience
for the person receiving care.

community respite programs
Group homes
Specialized facility
Emergency respite
Sitter-companion service
Therapeutic adult daycare
  • In your home

  • At special day-care centers

  • In residential centers that offer overnight stays

Your breaks can be as long or short as you need them to be. You can set up respite care for a few hours, a day, a few days, or a few weeks.
Someone who has an illness or disability may need care around the clock. Caregivers sometimes need time to rest and relax, go on vacation, shop, go to appointments, work, or exercise.

You might use respite care if you’re in charge of someone who has a condition like:

  • Cancer

  • A brain injury

  • Alzheimer’s disease or dementia

  • A stroke

  • Blindness

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