In-Home Respite Care in Utah

In-home Respite Care in Washington, Weber, & Davis County, UT

what is respite care in Utah?

In Home Respite Care In Utah

Not everyone needs permanent or long term care. Respite care at Like Family Personal Care is a care program designed for primary caregivers in Washington County & Weber County, Utah who need a short-term break from caregiving to tend to personal matters. 

With Like Family, you can rest assured that we will treat your loved one with the love and compassion that we provide our very own family members. Our expert family caregivers are available 24/7 to help your loved one maintain the highest quality of life possible.

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How Long does Respite Care last?

Respite care is short-term care for your loved one, when and where you need it to be. In other words, Like Family Personal Care responds to the personal needs of your family members. Some primary caregivers require hours of caregiving services, while others may request days of aid.

Unfortunately, it isn’t possible to always be there to take care of your loved one. That’s why respite care is perfect for the primary caregiver who needs a small break for any reason.

The length of respite care is determined by the specific situations and conditions of our patients.
Respite caregivers typically help our patients with a wide range of tasks, including but not limited to medication management, cooking, cleaning, pet care, and personal care.

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Who is utah Respite Care for?

Like Family Personal Care in St. George, Utah provides respite care for individuals of many ages and with various medical conditions. For example, some of those we provide respite care services for include the elderly, those with Alzheimer’s or other dementia-related illnesses, and children with disabilities.

Respite care in Utah is available to those with varying conditions, such as DementiaParkinson’s, and more. 

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