Short-Term Stays for Seniors
When life happens, lean on your extended Charter family.
If you’re an at-home caregiver who’s temporarily unable to care for your loved one or simply in need of relief, Short-Term Stays can be the solution you’re looking for. Or maybe you’d like to give senior living a test run before making a long-term commitment. Short-Term Stays can help you with that, too.
Our convenient and comfortable Short-Term Stays provide all the amenities and senior care services that are offered to Charter residents, including:
- Restaurant-style dining
- Full-service salon
- Social events and activities
- Fitness classes and other enriching opportunities.
Whatever your need may be, let Charter Senior Living be your backup plan.
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RELIABLE RESPITE CARE FOR YOUR LOVED ONE
Your loved one will be in the best of hands during their short-term Respite Care visit, no matter the length of their stay. Currently, all Charter Senior Living communities require a minimum stay of two weeks (14 days), while most other short-term senior care communities require a minimum of 30 days.
Don’t count on unreliable home care agencies or home health aides or feel pressured to make a quick decision about the rest of your or your loved one’s life. Because we want seniors and caregivers alike to feel cared for and seen, our short-term care services create less worry and allow everyone to spend time making the right decision for the future. Learn more about our care plans today.
It’s important to find senior Respite Care you can trust. Come visit our community to see for yourself how we serve residents with heart, purpose and courage. If you’re ready to try out senior living or are unable to care for a loved one, we’ve got your back like a loyal family member. Our Respite Care services make life easier on everyone.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Respite Care?
Respite Care, or Short-Term Stays, is a temporary solution for seniors and caregivers where guests are provided with the same care services and amenities as permanent community residents.
Does Medicare cover Respite Care?
Who pays for Respite Care?
How many hours of Respite Care are you allowed?
How much does Respite Care cost?
Who needs Respite Care?
Respite Care is temporary elderly care needed for those who are thinking of moving to a senior living community or for caregivers who are temporarily unable to care for loved ones and are therefore seeking a reliable source of care. Respite Care can also be used by those who need short-term skilled nursing or rehabilitation post-surgery or illness.
Are there minimum stay requirements for a Short-Term Stay?
Most senior living communities require a minimum stay of 30 days. At Charter, we only require a minimum of two weeks (14 days). Rest assured that no matter the length of your or your loved one’s stay, care is provided at an exceptional level.