Respite Care for Family Caregivers
Nurses for At-Home Respite Care
According to AARP, nearly 40 million Americans provide unpaid care to people who are older, disabled, or otherwise in need of help. The level of care can vary greatly, from help with activities of daily living to medically complex needs.
While it can be very rewarding to provide care for a loved one, it can also be challenging. Family caregivers often struggle to find time for themselves, resulting in caregiver burnout.
Respite care is incredibly important for your health and for your ability to provide care for your loved one.
NurseRegistry offers skilled nursing visits and respite services. Depending on the level of care needed, an RN (Registered Nurse) or LVN (Licensed Vocational Nurse) will come to your home to provide care for your loved one.
Respite care services include:
- Tube feedings
- Ostomy care
- Tracheostomy care and suctioning
- Blood sugar checks and insulin injections
- Medication management and administration
- Wound care
- Urinary catheter care
- Bowel regimens
- Other services as requested
Our nurses can provide care that an unskilled, professional caregiver may not be able to provide.
Respite services are available on an as-needed or ongoing basis. A nurse can care for your loved one for a few hours a day or a few weeks.
Finding respite care you can trust can be worrisome. When you call us, we will match your loved one with a licensed nurse for total peace of mind.
Send us a message, and we’ll match you with a nurse.
We provide the nurses you need, when you need them.
No Long-Term Contracts
Get nursing care quickly and easily.
Our team and nurses are experienced in skilled care.
Our team is available 24/7 for your nursing needs.
Care for All Ages
Our nurses are experienced in care for people of all ages, from infants to seniors.
Whether you need a nurse for two hours or 24/7, we've got you covered.
All nurses are licensed and insured in the state of California.
Trusted Partner in Health
We work with each patient's healthcare team to provide the most appropriate level of care.