A carer who is burnt-out makes quality care giving very difficult, if not impossible.
It can lead to resentment on the part of the carer, neglect of other family members and depression.
What makes me a ‘Carer’, this is family – isn’t it?
Not everyone considers the care they provide to their Loved One as ‘care giving.’ However, you are indeed a family carer if you provide elderly care for a family member who is ill or disabled. This care includes assisting with personal care, emotional support and companionship, finances, and maintaining the household.
How can Daughterly Care help me?
Daughterly Care has over 200 professionally trained Caregivers, from whom to choose the person that is “just right” for you.
Respite Care can take different forms. In Home Respite Care services usually involves a trained professional Caregiver, who comes into the home to provide necessary care.
Assistance can range from, just a few hours here and there, to a regular 2 hour service or say, 3 times a week, Overnight care or 24 hour Live In Care for those wishing to take a longer break. Daughterly Care’s 200 Caregivers are supported by a team of Registered Nurses who are available around the clock and, for advice and support.
We provide a care routine based around the information you provide and the needs of your Loved One so our Caregiver can provide the best quality care possible.
We are more than happy to discuss your individual Respite Care needs by phone, email or a free home visit from one of our Registered Nurses. Don’t hesitate, ring us today and get that break you need for good health, and you deserve. Ring us today on 9970 7333
NOTE: *Not the client’s real name, however, they are our client and, the feedback and experience is true.