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How SureCare provides temporary respite and holiday care

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Every now and then, even regular carers may need to take a break. In these situations, it’s often necessary for somebody else to step into their shoes to provide continued care.

Whether somebody just needs a day off for a doctor’s appointment or a week’s holiday to recharge their batteries, there will often be times when temporary care cover is necessary.

By offering respite care as part of our service range, SureCare can supply people with reliable, high quality support that aims to provide smooth continuity in the level of care they receive. This way, they experience minimal disruption to their typical care routine.

Who is respite care for?

It’s quite common for those requiring a little extra help during the day to be looked after by a family member or close friend. This person could be legally acknowledged as a permanent carer or simply just someone calling round in their own time to provide company and assist with domestic tasks.

For those who don’t regularly receive home care from a private provider, it may seem bizarre to rely on a service like SureCare’s. However, in the event that a regular carer isn’t able to carry out their duties for a short time, choosing respite care from a professional and reputable provider can help to ease your mind.

What respite care can offer

Whenever a regular care giver needs a break for themselves, SureCare’s respite service can provide flexible care workers available at the most convenient times for your loved one. Each of our care packages is individually tailored to meet specific requirements for as much or as little support as necessary.

With a wealth of professional training and experience behind our care teams, we’re committed to providing a suitable, continual service whatever the situation. Simply speak to your local SureCare team today to discuss your temporary care needs.

We’ll leave no stone unturned as we get to know about you and your requirements, so that we can support you as best as possible while your regular carer takes a much-needed break.