- Geriatric Care Management
- Assisted Living In The Home
- In Home Care
- Interactive Caregiving™
- Private Duty Nursing
- Meal Preparation
- Light Housekeeping
- Grocery & Home Shopping
- Respite Care
- Transitioning Home
- Fall Risk Reduction
- Medication Reminders
- Veterans Care
- Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care
- 24 Hour Home Care
- End of Life Care
Expert Respite Care From Comfort Keepers of Federal Way, WA
Respite care allows primary caregivers time to rest, recharge, or focus on other important matters
Are you a primary caregiver? If so, you know that while caregiving is an incredibly rewarding job, it can also be very physically and emotionally exhausting. All too often, caregivers feel burnt out and need a break to care for themselves. That’s where the respite care services of Comfort Keepers can help. Our interim care services were created to giving primary caregivers a temporary break from their caregiving duties.
Respite Care Services Benefit Primary Caregivers
When you opt for our interim care services, you will give yourself the opportunity to relax, rejuvenate, and spend some time attending to your own needs and wants. Whether you decide to use your free time visiting the doctor for a checkup, relaxing at home, meeting some old friends for lunch, or going on vacation with your significant other, you will improve your overall well-being and be able to provide higher quality care for your senior as a result.
Respite Care Benefits Seniors
If you are considering interim care services for yourself, you are probably wondering how they will affect your senior. Believe it or not, interim care can also benefit older adults. A new caregiver can give your senior a new perspective on life and caregiving. Many seniors enjoy engaging in meaningful conversations with new people because they can learn new things and broaden their horizon.
Primary Caregivers are Involved in Care Aide Selection
At Comfort Keepers of Federal Way, WA, we understand that the thought of someone else caring for your senior may bring you some anxiety. Therefore, we encourage you to become involved in selecting a respite care professional that you believe is right for your older loved one. You can set up a time for your senior to meet him or her so that you can make sure their personalities complement one another and your senior feel comfortable with the new caregiver.
Interim Care Can Be Used Regularly or Occasionally
You can take advantage of our interim care services as little or as often as you’d like. While some primary caregivers choose interim care on a weekly or monthly basis, others prefer to use it occasionally or as needed. Regardless of what your needs and preferences are, Comfort Keepers is an invaluable resource. We encourage you to give us a call today at (253) 200-0038 for further information.
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