Care and respite support

We’re here to provide domestic, social and practical support helping you maintain your independence and wellbeing.

This help and support is available to people in Bristol City Council’s residential area, designed for carers looking for respite or for people who need occasional support whilst living at home.

 

 

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Respite support – Time for You

You may be looking for occasional support at home.  For example, would you like to go out with a support worker once or twice a week?  This could be visiting a local group, going to a cafe, shopping or picking up bits and pieces.  If going out isn’t what you like, we could read the paper together, play dominos, play chess or reminisce.  Or you may need a little support each week with your daily living tasks.

If you are caring for someone else, our Time for You service could also provide the respite you need; particularly if you are looking for a scheduled break from a demanding care role.

Our Bristol based support team will tailor our support to help you. Our hours will fit with your needs.

Alternatively, our day centre also offers people the chance to spend meaningful time with others, whilst giving a full time carer some free time.

Support services available in Bristol

Respite

Respite support in your own home is part of our Bristol based Time for You service. We’re here to provide you respite from your daily living tasks for a short period each week, such as help with shopping, cleaning tasks - or just having someone to sit and chat to you for a while. Read more about all Brunelcare’s respite services.

Time for You

If you are a full-time carer for someone and need a break during the day, our ‘Time for You’ service is designed to support those of you who are caring for a person living with a dementia or memory loss.

Day centres

Our day centre is available 4 days a week, offering people the chance to spend meaningful time with others, whilst giving a full time carer some free time.