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According to the National Caregivers Library, respite care is “short-term, temporary relief care provided to a primary caregiver.” This type of care can be provided in a variety of settings, including in-home, at an adult day care center, or at a residential facility. Respite care can be scheduled in advance or arranged on an as-needed basis. It can be used to give caregivers a break from their caring responsibilities, or it can be used to provide care when the primary caregiver is unavailable. In either case, respite care can help to reduce caregiver stress and promote better overall health.

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We focus on building relationships with clients and their families. This means creating a warm and supportive environment where everyone feels comfortable communicating openly and sharing their concerns. It also means working collaboratively with families to ensure that they are fully involved in the care process.

The key to providing quality care is communication.