Caregiver Support

Get short-term help when you need it.

Caring for a loved one requires caring for yourself

Caregiving isn’t easy. Take advantage of caregiver resources and services to get the support you need – so you can provide the best care possible to your aging parent or loved one.

Respite care is a valuable service for caregivers. It offers short-term care for older adults and those with special needs.

If your loved one needs 24/7 care, this service gives you a break or provides care when you can’t. Respite care can help when you need time away from caregiving for work, a trip or a breather.

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Caring for a loved one requires caring for yourself

What is respite care?

Respite care services offer around-the-clock assistance during a short-term stay. These stays typically last more than 24 hours with the average stay lasting around two weeks.

Respite care provides the same services available to long-term residents, including 24-hour care, meals, social activities and housekeeping.

Short-term stays with respite care can also be used as trial runs before transitioning to long-term care or assisted living.

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What is respite care?

Care from the comfort of home

Your loved one doesn’t have to leave home to get the care they need. We offer in-home medical and non-medical services, brought to them by a compassionate, trained team.

These respite options help keep your loved one safely in their home. From running errands to housekeeping to physical therapy, we’re here to help.

Our team will work with you to determine the level of care your loved one needs while providing the support you need.

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Care from the comfort of home

Our caregiver support services

  • Respite care

    If your loved one needs 24/7 care, consider respite care for a short-term stay. Respite care visits can last from a day to two weeks.

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  • Home health and home care

    With home-based services, our trained caregivers bring medical or non-medical services to your loved one in their home. We provide medical treatments, physical therapy, help around the house and more. Our team meets your loved one where they’re at with whatever level of care they need.

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  • Adult day services

    Adult day service programs offer daytime respite services that enable primary caregivers (spouse, family, or friends) to work, run errands or have a break from their caregiving duties.

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Caregiver resources

If you’re an informal caregiver, you’re not alone. At the Good Samaritan Society, we’re here to help, no matter your needs or questions.

Browse our resources to prepare for your caregiving journey.

Caregiver resources

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