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Respite Care at Aspira Heatherwood

St. Catharines, ON
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With respite care at Aspira Heatherwood you’ll have the flexibility to meet your needs on your timeline in St. Catherines, ON.

Are you being discharged from the hospital, but don't feel quite ready to go home? Is your family going out of town and you don’t want to be alone? Does your caregiver want some time off from their duties? If so, a short stay might be for you.

Respite care is a preferred option for many seniors at Aspira Heatherwood Retirement Living. During your time in respite care, professional caregivers will attend to your needs. They will take care of your health, meals, and daily accommodations. This short-term stay is not meant to be permanent, lasting from a few days to several weeks — or as long as you require.

Benefits of respite care

Respite care comes with many benefits, which include comfort, convenience, and emotional support. Our professional caregivers take their responsibilities seriously. Warm, accommodating, and professional, our staff go above and beyond to help each senior resident ease into their new environment and settle into a normal routine. 

When you choose respite care in St. Catharines, your usual caregiver has the opportunity to take a vacation or extended break. The resting period allows them to recharge physically and emotionally. In the meantime, your needs are professionally managed by the staff at Aspira Heatherwood Retirement Living. We have the resources to accommodate your diverse lifestyle, from medical attention to culinary preparation.

You’ll benefit from professional staff available 24 hours a day, along with medication administration and assistance with daily living activities. You will also enjoy delicious chef-prepared meals, snacks, and access to all of our activities and amenities.

To enquire about a short stay, contact us today.