Respite care promotion helps Bainbridge caregivers and their loved ones

Senior living residence offers short-term, temporary stay promotion through October

For a person caregiving for a loved one, the job quickly becomes all-encompassing. Without the opportunity for a break, the pressure can take a toll on the whole family.

Bainbridge Senior Living is here to help.

For September and October, the seniors’ residence invites people who are caring for a loved one to take advantage of their respite care. Throughout the promotion, caregivers can enjoy a rejuvenating break while their loved ones stay with the caring team at Bainbridge, explains Carrie Chavez, the Community Relations Director at Bainbridge, which encompasses Madrona House, Madison House and Wyatt House, all near quaint downtown Winslow area.

Respite care offers short-term, temporary stays for those who need a break from caregiving and a chance to rest, helping avoid caregiver burnout.

“It’s important for people to know that they can bring their loved one here. If they want to go on a vacation, or simply need a break, you can bring your loved one to a trusted place, we are here to take care of them,” Chavez says.

The fall promotion offers one week free with a one-week stay, and includes meals, housekeeping, activities, transportation, licensed care staff 24/7, medical staff, nurses and care plans tailored to each person, whatever their unique plans are for their loved one.

“We do our best to customize every stay so that the clients will feel at home and feel comfortable including being able to bring their pets,” says Chavez.

Bainbridge Senior Living residents playing card game. Courtesy of Paul Sanders

Bainbridge Senior Living residents playing card game. Courtesy of Paul Sanders

“This is also perfect for those who need to rest and recover after coming out of the hospital,” Chavez says.

Outside of the promotion, the one-bedroom, kitchenette-equipped apartments are available throughout the year for those needing respite care, or looking for a permanent home.

“We really try to make it as easy as possible for folks, we have the apartment all ready to go when they arrive,” Chavez says. “What I love doing is finding solution that brings peace of mind to a family or individual in a crisis situation.”

General Manager Jim Fuller adds that respite care can also be a great introduction to senior living. In fact, many have ended up joining the Bainbridge Senior Living family after a visit.

“If people come here to stay for a respite visit or long term, we want them to experience joy. I tell residents, ‘I’m here to give you more joy out of life knowing you are so valued, that you have great wisdom to offer us and we will take care of you.’”

The promotion ends October 31, and is subject to availability.

For more information about Bainbridge Senior Living, and details about the respite promotion, contact Carrie Chavez at 206-842-2500, or visit bainbridgeseniorliving.com.

The news and editorial staff of Sound Publishing, Inc. had no role in the preparation of this post. The views and opinions expressed in this sponsored post are those of the advertiser and do not reflect those of Sound Publishing, Inc.

Sound Publishing, Inc. does not accept liability for any loss or damages caused by the use of any products, nor do we endorse any products posted in our Marketplace.