What is Community Respite Care?

Caring for a loved one can be one of the most challenging and rewarding commitments you can make. In this process, caring for yourself is also crucial to your care giving success. That's where respite care can help.

Community Respite Care provides short-term, temporary breaks to families caring for dependent, chronically ill, or disabled people over 21 years of age. You may need respite care if you're in charge of someone with a condition like cancer, a brain injury, dementia, a stroke or blindness.

What services does Community Respite Care provide?

Respite care offers a safe, comfortable setting for your loved one in our inpatient facility. Our trained nurses and volunteers provide personalized care for bathing, dressing, medication administration, and companionship. Every guest has a private bedroom and restroom.

How long can my loved one enjoy Community Respite Care?

Your breaks can be as long or short as you need them to be. You can schedule stays as minimal as four hours or as long as 30 nights.

How do I start the process of scheduling my loved one for Community Respite Care?

Call us at 577-4832 to find out more. We'll schedule a time to talk about your needs.

"These services are essential to the family struggling
to provide enough services to keep a loved one with dementia in their home!"
-William Hjelmstead