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Need some time away from your caring role?

Caring for someone is a big responsibility. To ensure you can continue in your caring role, it’s important to take some time off to focus on your own health and well being. Take a day to catch up with friends or attend appointments, or take a longer break knowing that your loved one is in good hands with ACH Group Respite.

What services are available?

Home or community respite – individual or group

Our specially trained Support Workers or Volunteers can spend time with the person you care for in their own home or out and about.

Dementia specific support

This can be one-to-one or in small groups, specific groups are also available for younger people with dementia.

Cottage-based respite

Cottage-based respite offers a unique opportunity for the person you care for to enjoy a ‘home away from home’ environment.

Residential respite

Respite care in one of our eight Residential Care homes can support a carer to take a break or attend an event, knowing their loved one is in good hands.

Stay with me – at home

Are you caring for someone at home? Do you feel you need assistance with overnight support? ACH Group can help.

A caring, qualified Support Worker can come to your home and provide overnight care for your family member in the comfort of their familiar surroundings. Staff are experienced in supporting people with a range of health conditions, including dementia.

Whether you just need a break for a night or some more extended time off – we can design a plan with you and the person you are caring for to meet both your needs.  Best of all, you can use your Home Care Package funding for this service.

Click here to view the brochure.

Short stays

Flexible, short term supported overnight accommodation within the friendly and secure environment of one of ACH Group’s residential care homes – either Perry Park at Port Noarlunga or Highercombe at Hope Valley.

Call us on  1300 22 44 77 to discuss which respite service option is best for you and the person you care for.