Often, they make sacrifices for their loved ones without considering how much of an impact it's taking on their well-being. That is where respite care benefits come in, allowing them to have help with their duties and provide an entire realm of care for their loved one and offering them a break, if and when necessary.
Which is short-term care intended to provide both the family or other primary caregiver and the person with a break from their daily routines. Respite relieves families or other primary caregivers from their daily caregiving responsibilities while providing new opportunities, experiences and facilitates self-determination.
Respite services are provided in a person's own home or a licensed residential site for no more than 28 consecutive days.