Types of Care
Complete Respite finds and connects you with professional caregivers and licensed nurses who are specialized in the following fields of care.
Companion care is for seniors that have no or no major health issues and are living independent in their home. The needs of elderly companion care are different for everyone. The main tasks of companion care are to provide emotional support, improve the quality of life, and to provide companionship. Complete Respite will help you find with finding senior companion services in your area that provide outstanding companion care that best meets your needs
Personal care is catered toward specific personal needs of seniors. If your loved one has a physical or mental disability, or is recovering from a surgery, or just has trouble with walking, eating, and drinking, then a personal care service can help your loved one. One of the main tasks that is provided is personal hygiene care for the elderly. Complete Respite will help you find a personal care service that can provide personal care for your loved one that best meets your needs.
Overnight care for elderly is a service that helps seniors during the evenings and nights. This can include assisting with the bedtime routine, using the restroom in the middle of the night, making sure your loved one is comfortable at night. Many seniors find having an overnight caregiver at home comforting and reassuring.
Memory care is for seniors who are having trouble remembering and who are forgetful to where it’s interfering in their daily life. This can include forgetting things more frequently than one used to, having trouble learning new things, not remembering how to do things, not knowing what happens each day, and sometime not remembering where they are. Memory care is often associated with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
Alzheimer’s care is for seniors who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. The level of care needed depends on in what stage of Alzheimer’s disease your loved one is. If your loved one is in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, then Alzheimer’s care for your loved one at home is often the preferred choice. In the later stages of the disease more care will be needed and you may have to transition into a licensed nursing facility.