Respite care happens when the primary caregiver temporarily gives the caregiving responsibilities to another person, usually a professional caregiver, relative, or friend so that the primary caregiver can take a reprieve from their usual caregiving duties. It can be both rewarding and taxing to care for an aging family member. Knowing that caring for loved ones may lead to emotional and physical exhaustion is essential, and respite care can be a viable option for many families. In order to continue feeling satisfied in their profession, family caregivers should remember the importance of taking breaks and caring for themselves.

Respite Care

At Comfort Keepers, you can trust that each senior in our care will be treated with the same compassion and respect that we give to our own loved ones, making us the best choice for you and those you care about most.

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Committed to Your Loved One's Care

Relying on others to take care of a loved one can be a difficult decision, but you can rest assured that your loved one will get the highest standard of in-home care from our trained respite care aides at Comfort Keepers®.

Our highly skilled caregivers will stay with your loved one for as long as you need them to, allowing you to take some time for yourself or other members of your family like your children, or other matters that may need your time and attention. Our Comfort Keepers® individualized respite care plan is carefully crafted for each patient in an effort to increase the patient's overall well-being with mentally stimulating activities, social interaction, and physical wellness. 

Some family caregivers choose to pay someone to assist them for a few hours a day or a few hours a week, but this is only one example of the different kinds of respite care available. Respite care can also be used for extended periods of time, such as during holidays or breaks from work; whenever you need us and for however long, we will be there for you and your loved one. 

At Comfort Keepers®, we offer personalized care and accommodating scheduling to let family caregivers get some much-needed rest.

Care planning might be done on an as-needed basis, or it could be part of a set schedule. Our highly skilled Comfort Keepers® provide seniors with the companionship and assistance they need to remain secure and happy in their own homes while also enriching their mental, physical, and emotional well-being daily

With the assistance of respite care, family caregivers may rediscover the fulfillment they felt when they first began caring for their loved one. We help families find the best way to meet the needs of their loved ones while also taking care of themselves. Our Comfort Keepers are trustworthy and get to know their patients and their families well through meaningful and compassionate communication.

When a family decides to hire Comfort Keepers® for respite care, they receive comprehensive support that includes:

  • Trained in-home caregivers who administer care

  • Physical, mental, and emotional health of the senior maintained by a variety of individually tailored activities

  • Assistance around the house by helping out with cleaning, cooking, bathing, dressing, and grocery shopping

  • Round-the-clock monitoring if needed, and medication reminders

  • Transportation to and from activities and appointments, food preparation, and nutritional support following medical procedures

We accept the following payments: 

  • Private Pay 
  • Long-Term Care Insurance 
  • Medicaid
  • VA Benefits

The term "respite care" refers to a wide range of services, such as:

  • Medication Reminders
  • Transportation
  • Companionship
  • Laundry and Light Housekeeping
  • Meal Preparation

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6499 S Kings Ranch Rd #8, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118

Comfort Keepers understands the struggles of caring for a family member with Alzheimer's or dementia, and we want to help! We create an individualized care plan to engage clients in intellectual, physical, and emotional interactions to improve the quality of life for both the seniors and their families. 

Care after a hospital stay is critical to senior's physical recovery and emotional wellbeing, especially for those who live at home!  Comfort Keepers can help your senior loved one transition from a hospital stay or time and a rehabilitation center safely and efficiently.  Our caregivers provide in-home senior care custom to your loved one's needs while they recover.

Alzheimer's & Dementia Care

Post-Hospitalization Care

Transportation Services

We understand that maintaining independence as we age is important, so we can help with seniors who don't have the ability or desire to drive!  Our caregivers can ensure that your senior loved one can get to healthcare appointments, community events, and friendship gatherings safely.


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Get the Respite Care and Relief You Deserve

Providing care for an elderly family member is a demanding job, and it can be challenging to handle it alone. Respite care services can offer essential relief for family caregivers.  

Respite care allows primary caregivers to take a much-needed break from the taxing demands of caring for a sick, aging, or disabled family member. Seeking respite care can help ease the burden of family caregiving, relieve stress, and prevent exhaustion or burnout, whether it’s for just a few hours a week or an extended vacation. 

Comfort Keepers provides trustworthy respite care services. Our trained providers can provide companionship to someone who is elderly, giving them the attention and socialization they need. Our respite care services are available for just a few hours or overnight, giving you the time to take a break from your caregiver duties and come back refreshed and ready to provide the best care possible. 

Respite care can benefit the person you’re caring for by providing them with a break from their daily routine and social stimulation. Respite care can also offer much-needed social interaction for someone isolated due to illness or disability. 

Our caregivers are ready to provide engaging conversation and mentally stimulating activities, as well as assist with day-to-day tasks. The primary role of a respite caregiver is to help clients with tasks of daily living such as feeding, dressing, grooming, bathing, and toileting. They can also assist with cooking meals, running errands, transporting older adults to and from appointments, and performing light housekeeping duties. 

If you're interested in respite care for your loved one, please contact us today. We'll be happy to answer any questions and help you find the perfect solution for your needs.