Christmas is approaching once again and for those who will be choosing to see their families over the Christmas period, they will be organising things from gifts to food. However, if one of your family members is receiving care, spending a serene festive period together may not be without its challenges so organising respite homecare over Christmas can help reduce this stress.
If your loved one is cared for by you, juggling between your usual care responsibilities and organising your Christmas day may seem like an impossible task. Also, having sole responsibility for caring for your relative may mean you are bound to your home. Taking a break to visit other family members in your Christmas bubble over the Christmas season may just seem unmanageable.
If you employ a professional home carer, you may find that they want time off during the break, to spend with their own family, which leaves you in the difficult situation of either finding another carer to cover this period or looking after your relative yourself.
Spending some quality time with our family can be challenging when organising care for your loved one. Respite care can help you to face these difficulties and provide you with some relief.
At Cavendish Homecare we provide respite homecare by registered nurses and carers to give you a temporary break from care responsibilities you may have. Our nursing care agency operates in London and Home Counties with capabilities to provide live-in homecare throughout the UK, as well as, respite care holidays internationally.
Get in touch with us for respite homecare and we will create a bespoke respite care package to suit your needs.
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