Head Office: 20B Corby Business Centre, Eismann Way, Corby Northamptonshire NN17 5ZB   0153 629 1907 / O736 120 8048
Branch: Home Comfort Healthcare, Room 30 Curzon House, Curzon Street DE14 2DH   0744 477 5781

Home Comfort Healthcare Limited

Respite Care

Family carers and their loved ones can benefit from respite care. Short-term or temporary care giving visits are common in this sort of home care.


We understand how tough it can be to care for a loved one at Home Comfort Healthcare. We also understand the wonderful impact that respite care may have. If you are caring for a spouse, parent, or grandparent and require outside support, our carers are here to assist.

What exactly is respite care?

Respite care is a system of support for family carers. Professional carers handle the majority of care giving duties in other types of in-home care. Meanwhile, respite programmes are available in circumstances where family carers are doing the majority of the labour on their own.

If you are a family carer, this type of care can make all the difference in the world. Family carers are so vulnerable to physical and mental exhaustion that the phrase “carer burnout” has gained popularity.

In-home respite care can significantly minimise your risk of burnout while also making caring for a loved one more bearable. If you need time to rest and recover, Home Comfort Healthcare can care for your loved one while you take care of yourself. If taking care of someone every day or every week has become too much for you, we can send someone to help you out regularly.


Home Comfort Healthcare offers a variety of care and support services as part of its respite care.

We provide a variety of specialised services, including Alzheimer’s care and dementia care, in addition to basic services such as companion care and personal care. If you or your loved one requires specialised care, trained carers with expertise in these areas can arrange respite visits.

Our respite carers frequently perform the following tasks:

  • Light housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Meal planning
  • Reminders to take medications
  • Assistance with daily living tasks (such as dressing, grooming, and bathing)

Most respite care is offered on a temporary or short-term basis. Respite visits, on the other hand, might be scheduled on a weekly, bimonthly, or monthly basis. Our adaptable approach to care planning and scheduling is intended to ensure that you and your loved one receive the respite care services you require.

How to Begin with Respite Care

Simply email us to set up a consultation. Before beginning home care, we offer families a free, no-obligation consultation. This enables us to better understand the services you require. We can also address any queries you have about our care giving method.

Prior to placement, all carers are rigorously screened and selected, and we take steps to locate the best carer for each care recipient. That is true regardless of the type of care we provide, including short-term and temporary care giving.

In need of respite care? Please get in touch with us. Our care team will respond quickly and do everything possible to care for and support you during your predicament.


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