In-home respite care services provide caregivers with a little personal time.
If you find yourself caring for an aging loved one, you are not alone! Family caregivers have used our respite services for vacation, to spend time with family, or spend some real quality time with the loved one for whom they care for.
In-Home Respite Care Services
Take the next step towards a happier, healthier life for both you and your loved one. You can relax knowing we will be there for your family when you need us most — seven days a week for as little as a few hours a day.
Qualified Caregiver Assistance
Qualified, caring, trained, insured, bonded, and flexible caregivers who can help you take a few hours, without feeling guilty or stressed, while you take care of yourself or other members of your family. Our caregivers can assist your elderly loved one for a few hours a week, a few hours a day, or more. Giving yourself a little bit of time away may be just what the doctor ordered and will help you to be a much better family caregiver.
Currently, we are administering modified, virtual in-home assessments, due to COVID-19 precautions.
As soon as conditions permit, we will be back to routinely performing in-home assessments to develop a customized care plan for your loved ones.
You may choose to have us carry out the care plan in whole or in part, or you may simply choose to use the care plan to improve your own ability to care for your loved one.
Information & Training
We have access to (and offer) a wealth of information, training and resources for caregivers.
We will even conduct a free workshop on fall prevention for your group upon request.
Home Safety Evaluations
Ensuring the safety of your loved one’s home is imperative. Georgetown is available to offer recommendations to local companies who specialize in this service, just ask a member of our team
If you are unsure of what to look for, here are 10 signs that your loved one needs assistance to safely live at home.
We can help you get connected with support groups and individuals in our area that can help YOU, as well as help you with your caregiving responsibilities.
Cooperative assisted living that works with your needs
Are you a family caregiver in need of some help or temporary relief? Don’t hesitate to contact us.
You can talk to us about your unique situation, schedule a free in-home assessment, and be well on your way to a happier, healthier life for you and your loved one.
“My mother had the great good fortune to be paired with a remarkable young woman who became her caregiver and good friend in our home and then in the transition to an assisted living facility nearby. We will be grateful always for the support our family received…”
– Alix J.
We diligently follow Centers for Disease Control guidelines to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, taking all precautions to provide a safe environment for both our employees and our clients of all abilities and ages, including seniors and their families who are most at-risk.
Find out more about our COVID-19 safety protocols and COVID-19 recovery services.
We are proud to announce our presence on Inc. magazine’s Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies for 2019, 2020 and 2021.
Respite Care Statistics
In the 21st Century, the demands placed on family and other informal caregivers continue to escalate, and will eventually affect nearly every American family.
- Nearly a quarter (23.9%) of U.S. households are now involved in caring for an elderly family member or relative, spending an average of 20 hours a week in caregiving-related chores.
- Some 80% of caregivers provide unpaid assistance seven days a week.
(Source: National Family Caregivers Association/Fortis Long Term Care, 1998)
- Long-distance caregivers miss nearly 15 million days of work each year.
(Source: National Council on Aging/The Pew Charitable Trusts, 1998)
- Long-term family caregiving takes a significant toll on workers. Lost productivity, absenteeism, interruptions and replacing employees due to elder care costs American business in excess of $11.4 billion annually.
(Source: National Alliance for Caregiving/Glaxo Welcome Report, 1997)
- A significant decline in the number of family caregivers is occurring in the U.S., while at the same time, the demand for elder care is increasing.
So if you are a family caregiver in need of some help, we’re ready.