Time for You

Would you like to have a support worker visit you at home for a few hours a week?

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Time for You

Time for You – a Bristol based support service

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.

You might be finding you need support with daily domestic tasks, or just don’t seem to find the time to go out? You might be feeling lonely? By freeing up some ‘me time’ for you, this could also be a wonderful way to meet up with friends, access the local community and enjoy days out.

We understand how important it is that you make time for your own needs so that you can continue in your caring role.

A main carer needs a break too.  This time is yours.

About Time for You

Respite service for carers

Available to people living in Bristol only

Gives you a regular break each week

Allows time for appointments and meeting friends

It’s your time to be enjoyed

Where we provide respite care

Somerset home care

Home care services providing all the support you need to stay in your own home, helping you maintain your independence and wellbeing.

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Deerhurst care home

Experience an Outstanding approach to nursing and dementia care at Deerhurst care home located in Soundwell, Bristol

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Waverley Gardens extra care

Life at Waverley Gardens, located in South Bristol, is all about maintaining your independence in later life

View Waverley Gardens extra care

Glastonbury care home

We are committed to creating a vibrant Glastonbury based care home in which each individual can thrive

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Bristol Support Services

If you feel that you have reached the stage where you could benefit from support at home, then our care and support services might be exactly what you need.

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Help and Guidance

We know that finding out about the care and support you need can be daunting.

This guidance is designed to help answer your questions and to provide relevant information.

What is respite care?

We define this in two ways. You might care for someone 24/7 and need respite or are you simply looking for somewhere that offers specialist, short-term respite care for someone with nursing or dementia care needs. Take a look at our 'Respite care' page for more information.

We need a carer at home - do you provide them and how do we apply?

Brunelcare provides home care and support services in Bristol, South Gloucestershire and Somerset. Please view our Home care pages for full details.