"On behalf of the Hospital’s Patient Service Group of Family Medicine and Community Services I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your participation at our 10th Annual Celebration of Diversity day. The display you provided was excellent and definitely resourceful for our community and the hospital. We thank you for taking the time from your busy schedule to attend this event and look forward to your continued support in years to come. "
- Seemi - Program Assistant Family Medicine and Community Services
Yes. Respite is care that is provided to give the primary caregiver usually a spouse or child a break from their role. This could be on a regular basis to give the family caregiver some personal time to look forward to each week or could even be to provide care while on vacation. It is important that primary caregivers get a break and respite care allows them to care for themselves too.