Safehands provides live-in respite care at home for the Elderly, dementia sufferers, young adults. We offer all the relief of respite care, brings respite care into the home. This means our elderly clients and their families can be ensured that they get all the personal quality care they need, while being able to stay in a familiar environment. Our professional carers take on the burden in order to give family carers time to release the pressure and recharge.
Respite care provides a much needed break for people who are caring for loved ones who may be ill or disabled. Caring for someone who is sick without getting the space to replenish energy can put a lot of strain not only on the friends and family caring for them, but also the sufferer as well.
Whether its laundry, nourishment, help with personal hygiene, helping clients to maintain medication and therapy schedules or running errands, live-in respite care helps relieve some of the challenges faced and gives clients and families that much needed support.
Being able to get the care they need, our respite care clients are able to stay in their homes, in familiar neighbourhoods, with all their personal comforts around them. Allowing them the time to heal and go about their life as normally as possible, having companionship and support every step of the way.
Household cleaning and laundry
Shopping for the home and client
Transport and chaperoning
Companionship and support
Personal hygiene assistance
Medical and medication tracking
Trained carers who can handle complex conditions such as Alzheimers, parkinsons, MS and dementia.
Being able to heal or be looked after without needing to be moved into a home, promotes better health and happiness. Being able to rely on a quality respite carer, provides relatives the freedom to take breaks and come back refreshed and full of energy – safe in the knowledge that their loved ones are in good hands.
Each Safehands respite client gets a care plan designed around their specific needs and a carer is matched to ensure the best communication, comfort and care. Ensuring that:
Clients suffer minimal extra stress
Provides the usual carer time to take a break without worry
Eliminating the need for group homes or facilities
Helps promote a positive day to day life without harm or neglect