We’re Here When you Need Us!

When you need short-term, temporary care for a loved one, you can count on Mill View.  We have the facility, staff, and services conducive to a successful respite stay.  Respite care can be a few days, weeks, or months.

We understand that being a full-time caregiver is a demanding job, both physically and emotionally.  The continuous demands of someone with special needs can take its toll.  Let us give you the break you deserve.

Why Respite Care?

At Mill View Memory Care, we understand that being a caregiver for a loved one with memory loss can be a demanding and exhausting experience. That’s why we offer respite care services to provide caregivers with the opportunity to take a break from their caregiving responsibilities, knowing that their loved one is in good hands.

There are many reasons why families may seek respite care, whether it’s to attend to their own health needs, go on vacation, or simply take a much-needed break. We’re here to support you during these times, and our respite care program is available to families who are caring for a loved one with a severe disability, chronic illness, terminal illness, or memory loss.

Our team at Mill View Memory Care is dedicated to providing exceptional care for our residents, and this same level of care extends to our respite care guests. You can count on our facility to provide high-quality care during your respite stay, whether it’s for a few days or a few weeks. Our goal is to provide a comfortable and welcoming environment for both the caregiver and their loved one, ensuring that everyone feels supported and cared for.

Adult Daughter Comforting Worried Father with Memory Issues

Benefits of Respite Care

Respite care provides a short-term break that is essential for all involved.  Some common benefits include:

  • Relief of Stress – Everyone needs a break, even if it is just for a short time. Taking a break from care allows one to recharge and restore their energy.
  • Restore Balance in your Life – Your life does not need to stop because you are caring for another. Taking time to keep your life in order will give you peace of mind.
  • Being a Better Caregiver – If you become overwhelmed by caring for another, you’re at risk for issues like depression, guilt, anger, sleep disorders and strained relationships.
  • Be Healthier – Taking a break is necessary for mental and physical health. A frequent and regular break will prevent both health and stress issues.