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Stick to your own routine

Convalescent care is given in the familiar surroundings of home, so you or your relative can stick to your preferred routines and ways of doing things. This allows you to focus on recovery rather than becoming accustomed to living in residential care or a hospital ward.

Considering respite and convalescent care?

Every carer needs to take a break now and again – whether it’s an afternoon off to catch up with errands or a well-deserved week in the sun. This is where respite care comes in.


A very flexible service, respite care provides cover regularly or as a one-off, from a quick pop-in to 24-hour care. Respite carers can help with personal care, such as getting up, washing, eating and going to the toilet, and a range of other tasks, such as accompanying on medical appointments and social outings. It all depends on the needs of the individual, as everyone requires a different level of care.


Of course, you want the care your relative receives to be of the same high standard you provide yourself. Our advisers can talk through your short-term care options with you