Respite Care Worthing

We Provide you the best Respite Care in Worthing

WHAT DO WE PROVIDE?

We understand the pressures faced by a primary carer. Everyone needs a break from the strenuous work of a being a carer. Our Respite Care service in Worthing and surrounding areas are designed to give that all important break to the primary carer.

 

Your respite carer will always be there to assist you with all the things you normally do in your daily routine. They can live in your place or attend on a visiting basis. Your care plan will be tailored completely according to your requirements. An individual support plan is created before any care begins to ensure our carers meet all of your necessities while providing respite care.

 

Our respite care service in Worthing and surrounding areas provide Nursing care, Personal care, Mobility support, Administering medication at the correct times, Ongoing companionship, Emotional support, Housekeeping, Feeding and caring for pets if you have any. Respite carers also follow the daily routines you or your loved one are used to.

 

Our carers are trained to help you to follow the routine you are comfortable with. Our respite carers all undertake extensive training. We ensure that our carers have all the skills needed to help your friend or relative feel supported in the short time they are away.

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WHY CHOOSE RESPITE CARE FROM US?

Everyone benefits from a regular. Whether your loved one needs time and expert care to recover from an illness, we can help. At Care In My Home, our teams provide expert respite care in Worthing for 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

 

We enable you, the person caring for an older relative or friend, to take a well-earned break or holiday from your day-to-day responsibilities, knowing that your loved one is receiving the very best care. If your loved one needs help with daily living or has nursing needs, respite care is the best option. As well as giving your loved one a valuable change of scene and the chance to try new things and meet new people. This care service can be very useful if they’re recovering from a sickness or operation and need a higher degree of care than normal.

Six reasons to choose us

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Cost-Effective

If your loved one needs help to remain in their own home, Care In My Home could be the answer. We are pocket-friendly to our clients, and we are more affordable than you might think.

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Better Relationship

Arranging respite carers for your loved one will enable them to continue living independently in their own home where they feel safe and comfortable. Our team is always there to help them.

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Homely

Our team is available for our clients whenever they think of us. Our carers can assist you with personal care, domestic help, emotional support and general assistance with other tasks.

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Expert Advice

If you ever need a spot of advice about your circumstances, our expert advisors are only a phone call away. All care packages are person-centred driven, delivering one to one care and support.

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FLEXIBLE CARE

Our team provides a much better service than what you would receive from somewhere else. From our team, you can get the right level of care service.

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Rated 5/5 by our clients

Not all respite carers provide regulated services, but we ensure that we manage our clients care. We ask them for giving us the feedback on the service they received from us and we consistently score 5 out of 5 stars.

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What is respite care?

Respite care is a short-term stay in a care home, these stays can vary from one week to a couple of months. For some people, respite care may follow a spell in hospital after a fall or some kind of illness, if they are not quite ready to go home and need a little more time for recovery, then a short stay in a care home is ideal. Some people may be considering options for care, respite stay can allow them to see how they can settle into a caring environment, without committing to a long term stay.

How does respite care make a difference?

Residents’ families play a large part in the life of our homes. We believe in helping everyone to stay confident and independent, even if they’re only staying with us for a short time. So, we regularly meet up with them to keep them updated and to listen to their feedback. You can contact us at any time of the day if relatives want to talk about their loved one’s care or any aspect of the home.

What type of conditions can respite care help with?

Someone who has an illness or disability may require care around the clock. Your loved ones sometimes need time to rest and relax, so our carer can also help you with that too. They can go on vacation, shops, attend your appointments with you, help you with your work, and exercise. You might use respite care if you’re in charge of someone who has a condition like Cancer, Brain injury, Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, Stroke, and Blindness.

Key features included in respite care service

  • Reduces stress for the carer and family and leads to greater levels of patience
  • Relieves feelings of frustration and exhaustion increasing well-being
  • Allows carer time to socialise with everyone
  • Improved relationship between carer and cared for
  • Parental support
  • Education
  • Behaviour modification
  • Medication

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  • Careinmyhome helped my mother stay at home rather than the care home as this was her preference. The carer they introduced me to was such a nice lady who went out of her way for my mother.
    John
  • Careinmyhome helped my mother stay at home rather than the care home as this was her preference. The carer they introduced me to was such a nice lady who went out of her way for my mother.
    Joanne D

Frequently Asked Questions About Respite Care

What is a respite care service?

Respite care is a temporary arrangement offered by trained carers for many care types including assisted living, residential care, dementia care and nursing care. It is also available for elderly people or those who need extra support following an operation or illness. While regular carers take a well-earned break from their demanding duties of being a full-time carer, our team are on hand to help. This type of care is available to keep the recipient at home and without disturbing their daily routine or taking them from their familiar surroundings.

What does respite care provide?

Respite care offers families and carers a much-needed break. We understand the anxiety that can be felt when entrusting a vulnerable loved one into someone else’s care. Therefore as part of our service, we ensure every possible effort is made to give you peace of mind and leave you safe in the knowledge that they are in good hands. Staying with us for a short period can help you to regain your confidence, try new things and take your time out for yourself.

How will carers respond to my loved one's unique needs?

Caregiving is extraordinarily personal. Every care recipient has his or her own unique needs, limitations, and preferences, so care must be customized on a person-to-person basis. Our respite care service will put every effort to personalise your loved one’s care services.

What if my loved one needs specialized care?

Those who are surviving with significant physical or cognitive decline may require specialized care. If your loved one needs help with personal activities, you’ll need an agency that provides personal care services on a respite basis. Similarly, if your loved one is surviving with Alzheimer’s or dementia, you’ll need a carer who is trained in memory care or dementia home care.

Is respite care always available?

Respite availability varies throughout the year, and different homes have different care services, so it’s recommended that you contact the home manager as far in advance as possible to check if they can help you.

How to get respite care?

The first thing to do is to have a conversation with the senior person on duty. They will tell you whether they can provide the appropriate type of care to you or your loved one.

 

We can also offer you the option to book your respite stay in advance. If this is the case, you will need to get in touch with us to confirm what is possible and whether accommodation is available for your desired dates. Please call 0800 112 3700 to find out more about us.

What does a respite carer do?

There are many conditions and circumstances occurs that may cause someone to need help with their daily activities. If you need an extra pair of hands to help out, our respite care program will match your loved one with one of our skilled and friendly home care professionals.

What are the steps to create a family respite care plan?

The step in developing a family plan thinking through your or your loved one needs. We will also cast a wide net. Our team will make a list of your family who stays near and far, your friends and your loved ones to find out who can pinch-hit.

What if I don't like my respite carer?

We understand that things don’t always work out and welcome your feedback at all times. From day one, our team will promote an open and honest relationship with you if you aren’t happy – no problem – we will be there to make things right and find a suitable replacement as soon as possible.

How can I be so sure that my loved one is safe and secure?

Many family carers struggle with just the thought of leaving their loved one in someone else’s care. While this thing is understandable, it shouldn’t stop you from receiving the respite you require. If you are concerned about safety matters, find a home care agency that performs background checks on carers.

Can you provide help during the night?

Yes of course – we can provide many care workers who are willing to support service users at night, either for a waking duty where they stay up with the service user or they can relax in a separate room and be there for you to call upon if needed.

Can you help me with my medication?

Yes, our carers can follow your instructions or have more involvement by prompting or administering your medication. You should have a dispensing system set up with your chemist.

Who can benefit from respite care?

Anyone responsible for caring for an elderly loved one. Serving as the carer of an elderly loved one can feel like a full-time job. You can feel emotionally and physically exhausted, especially if you don’t take time to care for yourself. With respite care, you’ll be able to regain mind and body energy so that you’ll be able to provide the best possible care for your loved one.

Have additional questions?

You can reach out to the Care In My Home in Worthing call centre if you have additional questions regarding respite care services.