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Respite Care in Barrie

Primary caregivers are often hesitant to even take a few hour breaks away from their loved one they are caring for but this often causes caregiver burn out.

We can provide the primary caregiver with some much needed time off with piece of mind that their loved one is well cared for and safe.

Our fully trained staff can go in and give the primary caregiver a few hours so they can get a well deserved break. They can go visit with friends go shopping, run errands on their own or just take a nap. Even taking some short breaks throughout the week can elevate caregiver burnout.

Caregivers are often hesitant to take a vacation, we at Coordinated Senior Services understand it can cause anxiety to be away from your loved one but we can look after your senior loved one and provide you with updates via text message, email or phone calls. This way you can enjoy your trip with peace of mind your loved one is safe and well cared for.

We can send a caregiver to the cottage with your senior loved one so they get to enjoy relaxing with their family and not feel like a burden to the family. Often our senior loved ones would love to spend time on a family vacation but don’t want to inconvenience their family, we can provide the solution so they can enjoy the family time but have help for personal care when they want it.

We can provide respite care once a day or week depending on family needs so the main care giver can rest, recharge or just get errands done.

If your senior loved one needs 24 hour respite care, we can work with the client and family to incorporate all the respite care services they require.

We can provide 24/7 support in a short term situation such as after a surgery or hospital stay or on a long term solution to keep your senior loved one safe and healthy.

Caregiver burnout is a state of physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion that may be accompanied by a change in attitude — from positive and caring to negative and unconcerned. … Caregivers who are “burned out” may experience fatigue, stress, anxiety, and depression.