of Little Rock
Respite care for family caregivers
CAREGIVING INCLUDES CARING FOR YOURSELF
Respite care gives hardworking family members a much-needed break from the daily routine of caregiving. Whether you need a few hours away or an extended vacation, respite care gives you time to refresh and recharge while having peace of mind that your loved one is in good hands.
Having a support system of trained professionals on deck makes caring for loved ones more manageable – and sustainable. First and foremost, it reduces the physical and mental exhaustion of caregiver burnout. It also relieves stress, restores energy and promotes a necessary life balance.
We understand that both giving and finding care for a loved one can seem overwhelming. We also know that you want to provide the best care possible. Our flexible approach supports a temporary/short-term schedule or a more routine weekly, biweekly or monthly schedule.
FAMILY CAREGIVER ULTIMATE GUIDE
Consider this a family caregiver’s instruction manual with everything they need to know to live a happy and balanced life.DOWNLOAD
FALL PREVENTION GUIDE
Share it with your siblings and prepare yourselves to have “the talk” with your aging parent(s). It may save their life!DOWNLOAD
10 SIGNS THAT YOUR PARENTS NEED CARE
Learn the top 10 signs that your aging parents need help at home—and how to talk about it.DOWNLOAD
“I love being able to make a difference in the lives of others by truly listening to their needs and adapting their care to address those needs. SYNERGY HomeCare is a great employer for many reasons, but my favorite is that they care for their caregivers like family, too!”
“I enjoy being able to be the person in their lives that we had for my Mom and Dad. It’s so fulfilling to give back.” (Paula became a caregiver after her own parents received support from SYNERGY HomeCare.)
“Working here for eight years has allowed me to make a heartfelt difference in others’ lives by caring for them as if they were my own family. I love working for SYNERGY HomeCare because they care for their caregivers like they were family, too. Being able to help others lead fuller lives is a gift.”