Respite Care Community in Glendale, AZ
Welcome Relief When Needed.
Sometimes seniors who have recently had surgery or intensive inpatient rehabilitation may find they are not quite ready to return home.
When returning home and living alone without help is not possible, Respite Care is a great way to “fill in the gap” between hospital, rehab and home.
Respite Care offers that extra bit of assistance, support, and time to get stronger and healthier before returning home.
We work with your physical therapists and your primary care physician to coordinate continued physical therapy, occupational therapy, and any other assistance you may require, and we’ll bring it to you right here on our campus. When you feel ready to return home, we will make that step easy too.
Relief for Caregivers Is Right Here.
Whether you provide care and support to a loved one in your own home or you visit them regularly to make sure they are well, being a caregiver for a senior can be demanding.
Some days are harder than others, and some days you simply run out of time to meet your other obligations.
We have good news for you! Short-term Respite Care is a wonderful way for family caregivers to take a break for themselves while ensuring their loved one is safe, happy and well cared for.
Orchard Pointe at Arrowhead – located in Glendale, Arizona – offers Short-term Respite Care for seniors. From a few days to several weeks, we will provide your loved one with a comfortable, safe, enjoyable stay while YOU take care of yourself.
Respite Care has many benefits.
During your loved one’s respite stay, they’ll experience all the perks of a full-time community resident. Three delicious meals each day served in our warm and welcoming dining room. A beautiful and secure courtyard. Housekeeping and laundry services. Trips, activities, and on-site religious services.
Even better? They will be warmly welcomed as one of the family by our residents and the staff here at Orchard Pointe at Arrowhead, no matter how short or long their visit may be.
Respite Care Services and Amenities:
As a Respite Care resident at Orchard Pointe at Arrowhead, your loved one will have a furnished private residence with towels, linens, and access to all our Glendale community has to offer – including highly attentive and professional care.
All you need to bring are clothes, preferred toiletries, and any other small items of importance your loved one might need or want during their stay.
Respite Care Services at Orchard Pointe at Arrowhead include:
- Certified and attentive care staff on site 24/7
- Medication management and supervision
- Assistance with activities of daily living including bathing, dressing and grooming
- Offsite transportation equipped with a chairlift as needed
- Personal safety pendant call system for 24-hour assistance
- Weekly whirlpool bath as desired
- Kitchenette with a microwave and full-sized freezer/refrigerator
- Cable television
- Wireless high-speed internet
- Utilities (gas, electric, water)
- Individually controlled heat and air conditioning units
- Window treatments
- Smoke/fire detectors and sprinkler systems
Community services and amenities:
Respite Care residents are welcome to enjoy all the community services and amenities available at Orchard Pointe at Arrowhead, including:
Beautifully landscaped, secure outdoor courtyard
Breakfast, lunch and dinner served daily in our dining room
Private dining room available for parties and social gatherings
Weekly housekeeping and laundry
Recreational trips and extensive activities, with transportation provided
Religious services on site
Exercise facilities and classes
Transportation equipped with a chairlift
Personal safety pendant call system for 24-hour assistance
Certified and attentive care staff on site 24/7
Weekly whirlpool bath
Exercise facilities and classes
Of course, we also encourage our Respite Care residents to join in the activities and events we have planned each day on and off of our campus. Click here to see what we’re up to this month at Orchard Pointe at Arrowhead!
“I came for a Respite Stay while my daughter and her husband went on a trip. When they came back, I said, ‘I love you both, but I’d like to stay here with my new friends.’”