We all need a break sometimes. If you’re caring for someone with Alzheimer’s, respite care can help you take the time you need to rest and recharge. Options like adult day care or in-home care help offer caregivers a short break, which allows you valuable time to focus on your own essential needs, physical health, and emotional support. Knowing what kind of respite care options are available and how to access them is important for any Alzheimer’s caregiver.
As most experienced caregivers know, stepping away briefly is not a luxury, it’s often a necessity. Caregiver burnout can happen to anyone. Respite care services can help in these, and many more, ways: 1,2,3
Accessing respite care that works for you and your loved one in your community takes just a few simple steps: 1,2,3