Respite Care

Give yourself a break from the full-time job of caregiving with a respite stay for your loved one. Everyone gets a vacation. You get time for self-care so you can give your loved one your very best.  

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Respite Care at PSL

Presbyterian Senior Living is proud to offer Respite Care in our Personal Care and Assisted Living communities.  Loved ones come for a short stay, so caregivers can take a vacation or a break from the demands of caring for another. Respite stays usually last anywhere from one to eight weeks.  

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What is Respite Care?

Respite care is more than a short break from caregiving. It provides you with the peace of mind that your loved one is receiving the very best 24-hour care while you tend to your own needs. We all need a mental or physical break from our work sometimes. Caring for a loved one is no different.  Give your loved one, and yourself, the gift of a short stay at one of our Personal Care or Assisted Living communities so you can continue to give your very best self to the one you care for. 

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My sister-in-law had a very nice experience two times with Presbyterian Senior Living. The short-term respite in Personal Care was perfect for our needs. She was very well taken care of and the experience as a whole was very positive. Plus, we love knowing it is so close.

June S. | Family Member of Respite Stay Senior

Respite Care FAQs

Considering a Respite stay for a loved one?  We've answered some of the most frequently asked questions below. 

How long can my loved one stay?

What does a respite stay cost?

Can I turn my respite stay into a permanent residency?

What does my loved one get during a stay?

How Much Does Respite Care Cost?

While the cost can vary depending on the community you choose, most Respite stays at a PSL community start around $150/day


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Is Respite Care Right For Me?

Not sure if Respite care is right for you or your loved one?  Check below for the answer!


If you are a caregiver and are planning a vacation but are concerned about who will care for your loved one while you are away, a respite stay is a great option!

Considering a Move

If you are considering a move to a Personal Care or Assisted Living community, a respite stay is a great way to try it out before making a commitment.


If you need some time for self-care to recharge your batteries to be your best self to provide care for your loved one, respite stay may be a benefit.

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