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Does the main carer for a loved one need a break?

Most people who need care prefer to remain in the comfort and familiarity of their own home, whereby even moving to temporary accommodation can be a stressful experience. However, there are times when the main carer may need a break or some help and support. 


In such moments, organising respite care for a loved one could cause a lot of anxiety especially if you do not know where to start. Rynes Healthcare provides you with the assurance that your loved one will be well cared for, comforted and their daily routine maintained during your break. 


We provide high quality respite care, giving you the break you need. It could be for a couple of hours a week, a short holiday or occasional nights, we are here to help. With our warm and friendly approach to care, you can can relax and be confident that your loved one is in safe hands. 

Rynes Healthcare will be there to give you and your family a complete peace of mind with physical and emotional support, as well as domestic assistance. If you require more than one period of respite in a year, a short or long-term placement, depending upon your particular respite requirements, we will try to maintain continuity of care by arranging for the same care workers to provide cover and provide inclusive care: 


Please contact our team if you would like to more information about respite care or arrange an appointment.


+447361 822842



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