Are you caring for a loved one? You are not alone.

Almost 30% of the population provides care for a family member or friend. Over half of those receiving care live in their own home, meaning the caregiver must travel to offer assistance. An average of 20 hours per week are spent by caregivers on tasks related to care--that's like adding a part-time job to what is almost certainly an already hectic lifestyle. So if you've been providing care for someone you love, and you're starting to feel symptoms of caregiver burnout, it's important to seek out assistance.caregiver burnout

You are not alone. We are here to help!

Every Fellowship Home community offers respite services. This means that your loved one can stay in our community for a specified amount of time, whether it's a few days, a few weeks, or even longer, without committing to a permanent move. Day visits while you are at work are also an option. 

If you are feeling overwhelmed, don't try to handle everything on your own. Let us help lighten your load. You'll be able to get the rest you need and deserve, and your loved one will feel like they're on a vacation. 

Contact us today for more information. 

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