respite time

respite time

[res′pit]
relief time from responsibilities for the care of a patient, an individual, or a family member.
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Importantly, it can also be used by young people and families in north Edinburgh who need respite time together.
The former Royal Marines Commando, who later in the war was badly injured in Sicily, is raising funds for Blind Veterans, at whose home at Llandudno Alan, of Crawley, spends respite time.
Our club doesn't just provide somewhere fun for children to come for a couple of hours a week but it gives them useful real world skills and gives parents some important respite time.
With the little respite time she gets Noreen takes the opportunity to spend time with her other two sons (Isa, four and Awais, 12), clean the house or do the family shopping.
com)-- The website helps build an understanding of the real noise impact from airports, by using visual tools and metrics covering arrival/departure counts, runway usage, fleet mix, respite time and counts of significant aircraft noise.
The annual two-week playscheme in the summer holidays usually costs in the region of pounds 12,000 and acts as vital respite time for both parents and youngsters.
Sponsorship money of pounds 500 could pay for a short break for the whole family, providing much-needed rest and respite time for a family like Jack's.
As they are limited with the number of people who are fully trained to look after Luca, the family also receive support from Ty Hafan, which gives them a chance to get Luca the care he needs while being able to make the most of some respite time.
Though the respite time from the general strike has been extended to four hours from 6-10pm, traders insist the relief should come in the morning.
This helps them to develop independence and personal skills which will stay with them for life, as well as providing respite time for their carers.