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Respite Care

​Taking care of the caregiver

Taking care of an elderly loved one offers many rewards, but can also take a toll on your personal life.

 Respite care offers family caregivers temporary relief from caring for individuals with various needs.

An essential part of an overall home care support strategy, respite care is offered in the home or in a

variety of out-of-home settings for any length of time. Caring Crossroads Home Care provides respite

care that helps reduce family stress by helping preserve the family unit, support family stability and

prevent lengthy and costly out-of-home care.

​What is Respite Care?

Respite care is temporary relief care designed for families of children or adults with special needs. Respite care can range from a few hours of care provided on a one-time basis to overnight or extended care sessions. Respite care can be utilized on a regular or irregular basis and can be provided by our professionals. Providers care for children or adults with special needs while families take a class, go to a movie, go on a vacation, or enjoy any activity.

Respite care is designed to help families. Caretakers of children or adults with special needs often face serious problems and stress as a result of balancing the needs of their child or adult with special needs with the needs of other family members. These breaks, that respite care provides, allow families time to tend to the needs of their children, spouses, and themselves.


For the 65 million Americans caring for an aging or disabled loved one, respite care can serve a number of valuable functions. Respite is often used when:

The family caregiver needs to travel
The family caregiver needs a break
A family care giving recipient needs a temporary change of pace, or a break

Because of the high stress associated with caring for a loved one with a memory disorder, respite is frequently sought by the family of people with Alzheimer's or other kinds of dementia. Family caregivers use the opportunity to "recharge their batteries."


The services and amenities available to long-term assisted living residents are also available to respite residents. These services and amenities usually include:

Three nutritious meals daily
Medication reminders
24-hour supervision and security
Assistance with personal care needs such as bathing, dressing, toileting and grooming
Laundry service
Activities and outings


With overnight care and support, you can enjoy a worry-free night’s sleep knowing assistance is available throughout the night. Services include assistance going to bed, toileting, catheter care, personal hygiene and skin care. Our caregivers are awake and ready all night for whatever is needed.